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“Rio Tinto Boss Has It Right”

PRESS RELEASE FROM The Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation 4 July 2015

“Rio Tinto’s boss Sam Walsh is dead right when he says, “We’re missing out on 32% of the talent that’s out there.” (SMH July 2, 2015) because of the gender gap in his company.” says Susanne Moore, the founder of the Centre for Gender Economics & Innovation, Sydney.

Walsh said he “is looking to fill the company’s senior ranks with more women, but […]

The ‘All blokes’ versus the ‘Gender Diverse’. Guess which boards perform better?

Womens Agenda, Angela Preistley 23 April 2015

“For many people, it’s simple common sense. Gender diverse boards offer more diverse ideas and better decision-making.

But for those who need the proof, new research from the Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation and Infinitas Asset Management offers some compelling data. Indeed, the 34 all-bloke boards on the ASX 200 have some work to do when it comes to financial performance.

The research launched today finds that companies with […]

Boards featuring women perform better than all-male ones, Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation study finds.

Susanne Moore, Chair of The Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation and Steve MacDonald, CEO and co Founder, Infinitas Asset Management talking yesterday with ABC World Today about the launch of the Infinitas/C4GEi Diversity Performance Index with Lindy Kerin 23 April, 2015

“Australian companies where women hold at least a quarter of the board positions perform better than those with all-male boards, research has found. The Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation (C4GEi) and Infinitas […]

Infinitas/C4GEi Diversity Performance Index Launch today at the UNSW!

Diversity Index launch today with @SenClaireMoore @larissawaters Gender diversity drives better bottom line! #genderdiversity @MarisePayne and Steve Macdonald

See more about the Index here

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    MEDIA RELEASE: Announcing The Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation partnering with Infinitas Asset Management

MEDIA RELEASE: Announcing The Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation partnering with Infinitas Asset Management

We are very pleased to announce that The Centre for Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation has partnered with Infinitas Asset Management Limited and we are looking forward to launching the first of our developments on 23 April, 2015 at the UNSW, City Campus, Sydney. Many of you may already know Infinitas from the GGEC14 where Steve Macdonald’s presentation on ?#?GenderLensInvesting? was very popular with delegates. Looking forward to sharing this important piece of work with […]

Something exciting is Coming! March 20, 2015

Stay tuned to find out the latest news about what we are doing.  We have some exciting things to announce over the coming months and the first announcement will happen MARCH 20, 2015!

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    Susanne Moore will discuss “The Value of Women” at the Family Office Congress VII, Melbourne 29-30 Oct, 14

Susanne Moore will discuss “The Value of Women” at the Family Office Congress VII, Melbourne 29-30 Oct, 14

Susanne Moore, Founder and Executive Chair of The Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation will present at the Private Wealth Network Family Office Congress VII – Guiding Wealth & Values Through Generations in Melbourne on 29-30 october 2014. Susanne will be discussing ‘The Value of Women’ as a co presenter with Steve Macdonald of Infinitas Asset Management Limited who are one of the sponsors of the Congress.  . http://www.pwnetwork.com.au/Events/family-office-congress-vii/sessions/melbourne That would suffer if you […]

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    Susanne Moore interviewed by Emily Bencic of ‘Connected Women’ – “Woman of the Week”

Susanne Moore interviewed by Emily Bencic of ‘Connected Women’ – “Woman of the Week”

SEPTEMBER 23, 2014

By Emily Bencic
Susanne Moore is founder and Executive Chair of the Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation, Sydney, which aims to improve women’s contribution to the economy and help women achieve their leadership potential. The Centre works with industry groups, government agencies, educators and business to deliver consulting services and research outcomes.
With a diverse background in business, finance, administration, government and IT (all male-dominated industries!), Susanne came to realise that what was […]

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