AGC Included in the Gender Lens Investing Study

Advance Global Capital is proud to be included in the latest gender lens investing study by Wharton Social Initiative’s Project Sage AGC Included in the Gender Lens Investing Study for the third year in a row. Project Sage 3.0 is a collaboration between Wharton Social Impact Initiative and Suzanne Biegel’s consultancy Catalyst at Large.

The report is an analysis of structured private equity, venture capital, and private debt funds investing with a gender lens. This makes Project Sage 3.0 an authoritative piece on the gender-focused investment world.

Key points to note from the report are as follows:

  1. The number of funds continues to grow significantly, doubling over the past year to 138.
  2. As in previous reports, many gender lens funds are still predominantly first-time funds.
  3. Geographic diversity continues to increase.
  4. Total capital raised has cleared $4.8 billion.
  5. Gender lens investing is still broadly defined.
  6. Many funds’ investment criteria focus on gender as well as other forms of diversity.

You can read the full report at https://whr.tn/2Whlv3d

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