Gender Assessment Methodology

Become a Brand and Employer of Choice for Women

Investing in women both as customers and talent builds competitive advantage. Women’s World Banking developed the Gender Assessment Methodology to help institutions build strong, gender-diverse teams and position them to serve the women’s market.

Fintechs, Take our Gender Diversity Survey

The Fintech Diversity Scorecard evaluates the gender diversity of your staff and its ability to attract, retain, promote, and reward talent inclusivity. The six-minute survey culminates in a free, high-level report that includes an overall result and initial recommendations to make your institution more gender diverse and inclusive.

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Identify Opportunities and Take Action

Substantial change is possible with Women’s World Banking’s Gender Assessment Methodology (GAM). Our team of experts will work directly with your organization to conduct a holistic, detailed evaluation consisting of:
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Women’s Market Opportunity Assessment

Evaluates your company’s ability to reach and effectively serve women clients.

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The Organizational Gender Assessment

Evaluates the gender diversity of your staff and its ability to attract, retain, advance and reward talent inclusively.

Collectively, this approach identifies gaps and opportunities that will inform a tailored action plan developed in partnership with Women’s World Banking.
Women’s World Banking would like to give special acknowledgment to Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) for their thought partnership in the development of the online gender assessment.

General Gender Diversity Survey

Not a Fintech but still looking to promote women’s leadership and financial inclusion? Take the general online gender assessment to see where you stand as a brand and employer of choice for women.

Our online Gender Assessment measures an institution’s current state with regard to internal gender diversity and external client outreach. The assessment consists of 40 questions, culminating in a free, high-level report that includes an overall gender diversity result and initial recommendations for improvement.