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We Believe #ChangePays

At S&P Global, we believe an investment in women is an investment in us all. Some think that we've already invested enough. Some say equality doesn't pay.

The numbers tell a different story.

See how #ChangePays for everyone

Employee Voices

#ChangePays shows how we can all inspire positive change. In letters to their younger selves, S&P Global employees from around the world reflected on their careers, shared advice, and voiced the importance of diverse viewpoints.
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We believe #ChangePays

At S&P Global, we’ve been compiling the latest data and producing research on women’s economic participation and impact. It’s vital that we learn where we’ve made progress and where there's still a long way to go.

These are the
vital statistics.

To fix inequalities, we have to understand them.

S&P Global Research

See the latest research from S&P Global on women's impact on politics, financial markets, and the economy.

Women & Commodities

Women in Metals and Mining

Women leaders from metals and mining industries share experiences and views on diversity.

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Financial Services

Coronavirus crisis to test banks' gender balance efforts, could halt progress

According to experts, unless banks put gender balance front and center of their crisis management strategy, the pandemic could be detrimental to the progress made by the sector.

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When Women Lead, Firms Win

Quantamental Research

In one of the most comprehensive studies of its kind, a new report from the S&P Global Market Intelligence Quantamental Research Team examines the performance of firms that have made female appointments to their CEO and CFO positions.

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Women &
the Markets

#ChangePays in Energy

Our latest report on gender diversity in the global energy industry featires original research charting the progress made and challenges that remain in reaching equality, alongside interviews with women leaders blazing a trail through the sector.

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Women &
Global Finance

The Financial Future is Female

Women are an ever-increasing market force as investors. But what do they think about their involvement in the market? S&P Global, in partnership with SurveyMonkey, conducted an 11-country survey that examines aspects of financial preparedness, investment behaviors, and impressions of the stock market between women and men.

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Women &
U.S. Politics

Women were the Vital Statistic in the 2018 Midterm Election.

Like most elections, the 2018 U.S. midterms served as a modern Rorschach test–people saw whatever story served their purposes and credibly made cases of where they won, where they did not, and what it meant looking ahead for 2020.

What is not up for debate, however, is that women made their indelible imprint on this election.

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Women &
U.S. Economy

The Key to Unlocking U.S. GDP Growth: Women.

A dual-pronged effort of increasing entry of and retention of more women to the American workforce represents a substantial opportunity for economic growth–we could add 5%-10% to nominal GDP in just a few decades.

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Women &
The Global Economy

Adding More Women to the U.S. Workforce Could Send Global Stock Markets Soaring.

We decided to see what adding more women to the American workforce would mean for an aging bull market in the U.S. and abroad. The results astounded us.

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Women &

Five S&P Global Women Discuss the Importance of Women in Leadership.

Increasing diversity and boosting the number of women in leadership positions can benefit the commodities sector and the wider economy. How can this be achieved? We ask five successful women for their thoughts.

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  • Accion
  • Closing the Women's Wealth Gap Initiative
  • Community Investment Collaborative (CIC)
  • Kiva
  • MercyCorps–MicroMentor
  • Ms. Foundation for Women
  • The New York Women's Foundation
  • STEMconnector – Million Women Mentors
  • Upwardly Global


Learn more about our partners

Thriving economies–growing, sustainable and stable–must also be inclusive economies. At S&P Global and the S&P Global Foundation, we're partnering with organizations focused on helping women gain the essential skills today's economy demands. Learn more about our partners here, and join us in supporting them. 



S&P Global is a proud sponsor of a three-year impact assessment of the microfinance sector in the U.S. with Accion and the Opportunity Fund. Together we aim to build a financially inclusive world in which every woman has access to high-quality, affordable financial services. 

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Closing the Women's Wealth Gap Initiative

Closing the Women's Wealth Gap (CWWG) is a national initiative to expand wealth-building opportunities for low income women, women of color, LGBTQ and other economically vulnerable women. CWWG supports a network of more than 400 nonprofit, philanthropic, private and public sector leaders working together to gather and disseminate information about the causes and effects of the women's wealth gap, raise public awareness about why it matters and what can be done about it, and mobilize key stakeholders to advance promising policy and practical solutions.
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Community Investment Collaborative (CIC)

CIC provides capital and education to entrepreneurs – primarily women and people of color – who have difficulty accessing funding from traditional sources.

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Kiva's mission is to expand financial access to help underserved communities thrive. Kiva works in over 80 countries and serves a range of demographics in underserved and typically financially excluded populations. Through Kiva's work, students can pay for tuition, women can start businesses, refugees can invest in their communities, farmers are able to invest in equipment and families can afford needed emergency care.
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MicroMentor is a free, easy-to-use social network that allows entrepreneurs and volunteer business mentors to connect so they can solve problems and build businesses together. We empower entrepreneurs to be changemakers and provide mentors with a deeper sense of purpose. Through mentoring we create just and sustainable livelihoods for all.

We work with entrepreneurs (start-ups, small businesses and non-profit leaders) from 200 countries around the world. In the U.S., 46% of our entrepreneurs are women and 61% are underrepresented ethnicities.
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Ms. Foundation for Women

The Ms. Foundation for Women's mission is to build women's collective power in the U.S. to advance equity and justice for all. We seek to achieve that mission by investing in and strengthening the capacity of women-led movements, particularly those led by women and girls of color, to advance meaningful social, cultural and economic change in the lives of all women and girls. We serve thousands of women and women of color across 28 states.
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The New York Women's Foundation

S&P Global partners with New York Women's Foundation to help identify, fund and support organizations and programs that promote economic well-being and independence of women, girls and their families living at or below the poverty level.

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STEMconnector – Million Women Mentors

The MWM movement supports the engagement of millions of STEM mentors to increase the interest and confidence of girls and women to persist and succeed in STEM programs and careers.

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Upwardly Global

S&P Global partners with the nonprofit Upwardly Global to help skilled immigrants and refugees overcome employment barriers and join the U.S. workforce.

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