Firms like GAP and L'Oreal and Mott MacDonald know that a proactive approach to gender issues can flag up brand risks to companies at an early stage

The empowerment of women is not only the greatest human rights issue in the world, “it’s the greatest economic issue in the world”, says Joe Keefe, president and chief executive of US investment management firm Pax World Management.

Keefe is co-chairman of a leadership group set up by...

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