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Gender equality indices

Equileap has designed five indices with two leading index providers: Solactive and Morningstar. Our family covers US, North America, Europe, Global and Top 100 indices.

Equileap Global Gender Equality Index (methodology here, ticker EQUAL)

licensed for the Lyxor Global Gender Equality ETF (ELLE) listed on Lux in Nov 2017

It’s not just good for society though, companies embracing equality tend to perform better too.

Clarisse Djabbari, Deputy Head at Lyxor ETFs & Indexing

Equileap Global Gender Equality 100 Leaders Index (methodology here, ticker SOLGGE)

licensed for the UBS Global Gender Equality ETF (GENDER) listed on SIX in Jan 2018

The launch of this new ETF provides investors with a unique opportunity to benefit from systematically investing in the leading global companies on gender diversity, based on Equileap’s pioneering research into corporate gender diversity.

Michael Baldinger, Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing at UBS Asset Management

Equileap North American Gender Equality Index (methodology here, ticker EQUALNA)

licensed for the Evolve North American Gender Diversity Index ETF (HERS) listed on TSX in Sep 2017

Gender Diversity is becoming a prominent topic with Canadians – and this ETF provides an opportunity to support it through investment.

Raj Lala, CEO at Evolve Funds

Morningstar Women’s Empowerment Index build with Equileap (methodology here, ticker MSEGWEPU)

licensed for the Impact Shares YWCA Women’s Empowerment ETF (WOMN) listed on NY in Aug 2018

The WOMN ETF puts the power to empower women in everyone’s hands. It allows us to leverage the capital markets to further our 160-year mission to eliminate racism and empower women.

Alejandra Y. Castillo, CEO at YWCA USA

Equileap European Gender Equality 75 Index (methodology here, ticker EQUALEP)

licensed for the Ava Gender Equality Tracker (AVA) listed on OMX in March 2019

This tracker provides us with a benchmark for gender based investing. Sweden is finally catching up with other countries that already offer this market intelligence.

Karin Forseke, Chair Föreningen Storasyster
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