Women'S Forum For The Economy481681823 Wefcos

Organisation de foires, salons professionnels et congrès

30 rue du Chemin Vert (30-34-30/34 Rue du Chemin Vert) 75011 Paris

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Chiffre d'affaires 2018

6,3 M€

Président

Anne-Gabrielle

Heilbronner

Effectif 2018

18

Ancienneté

15 ans

Indicateurs

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Founded in 2005, the Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society is the world's leading platform featuring women's views and voices on major social and economic issuesSource : Facebook

The Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society is the world's leading platform featuring women's views and voices on major economic and social issuesSource : Twitter

Making women’s voices heard & building a more inclusive economy
▫️access to health
▫️climate action
▫️AI
▫️STEM
#WFGM19, 20-22 Nov
⬇️Register ⬇️Source : Instagram

The Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society is the world’s leading platform featuring women’s voices on major social and economic issues. Women’s Forum Meetings convene leaders and influencers, women and men, to engage in wide-ranging, incisive debate on vital issues.

The Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society, a Publicis Groupe company headquartered in Paris, expresses its commitment to women’s progress throughout the year with a range of Women’s Forum Initiatives in partnership with corporations, media groups and non-governmental organizations. We engage closely with our partners to inform and design our meetings and initiatives, while maintaining our editorial independence throughout.


Find out more on www.womens-forum.com.Source : Youtube

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Women'S Forum For The Economy a pour Président Anne-Gabrielle Heilbronner. Elle dispose de 14 marques déposées, dont les marques RISING TALENTS, CEO CHAMPIONS et Miss EUROREGION. La structure a pour activité l'organisation de foires, salons professionnels et congrès, le code NAF correspondant est 8230Z. En 2005, Women'S Forum For The Economy disposait d'un capital de 521630 €. Le n° de siren qui lui est relié est le : 481681823. Le n° de TVA qui lui est lié est : FR09481681823. Le principal établissement de Women'S Forum For The Economy se situe dans la ville de Paris. L'indice de confiance de cette société, selon nos critères est de 93/100. Durant l'année 2018, il a été établi que le nombre de employés était de 18. Women'S Forum For The Economy a obtenu son droit d'ouverture durant l'année 2005. Women'S Forum For The Economy est présente sur certains réseaux sociaux, Facebook ainsi que Twitter. Vous pouvez apercevoir la page Facebook de cette affaire sous la désignation de womensforum et sur Twitter sous la désignation de womens_forum. Une affaire vive sur le net, elle a 28038 adhérents sur Twitter ainsi que 194000 likes en ce qui concerne Facebook.

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  1. Type Société par actions simplifiée (SAS)
  2. Date de création 01/04/2005
  3. Effectif 18 (2018)
  4. Capital social 521630€ (2005) (Source RCS)
  5. Chiffre d'affaires 6,3 M€ (2018)
  6. TVA intercommunautaire FR09481681823
  7. Numéro de SIREN 481681823
  8. Code NAF Organisation de foires, salons professionnels et congrès (8230Z)
  9. Statut SIRENE Active
  10. Statut RCS Immatriculée (14/04/2005)

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Dirigeants Women'S Forum For The Economy (6)

Âge moyen des dirigeants

52 ANS

Durée moyenne de mandat

1 AN 7 MOIS
  • Anne-Gabrielle Heilbronner

    Président

    2019 - Présent

    En poste
  • Mazars

    Commissaire aux comptes titulaire

    2015 - Présent

    En poste
  • Pabafajamet

    Président

    2019 - Présent

    Ancien
  • Clara Gaymard

    Président

    2015 - 2019

    Ancien
  • Jacqueline Phillips-Franjou

    Directeur général

    2015 - 2017

    Ancien
  • Gilles Rainaut

    Commissaire aux comptes suppléant

    2015 - 2017

    Ancien

Chiffre d'affaires, bilans Women'S Forum For The Economy (3)

Durée de l'exercice comptable : 12 mois

Chiffre d'affaires

6,3 M€

5,8 %

Résultat net

57,3 k€

108 %

Capacité d'autofinancement

-134,1 k€

75,9 %

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Chiffres clés

Chiffre d'affaires

6,3 M€

5,8 %

L'activité de l'entreprise est en progrès sur cet exercice.

Résultat net

57,3 k€

108 %

Capacité d'autofinancement

-134,1 k€

75,9 %

Les recettes ne permettent pas de faire face aux dépenses du cycle d'exploitation.

Taille du bilan

3,3 M€

51,2 %

Fonds propres

-5,9 M€

%

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Trésorerie nette

0

-100 %

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Ratios financiers

Rendement des fonds propres

-1,1 %

-108,1 %

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Equilibre financier

-723,3 %

Autonomie financière

-175,2 %

34,5 %

La valeur nette de l'actif est inférieure au montant total des dettes, et ne permettrait donc pas de les rembourser intégralement de manière instantanée.

Liquidité générale

0,3

27,5 %

Délai moyen clients

119 jours

À la date de clôture, les créances clients représentent 119 jours de chiffre d'affaires, ce qui pourrait signaler une gestion défectueuse du poste clients si c'est représentatif.

Délai moyen fournisseurs

99 jours

5,3 %

Les dettes fournisseurs représentent une proportion des achats annuels équivalente à 99 jours, ce qui paraît beaucoup.

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Annonces légales (27)

  • Dépôt des comptes

    16 juil. 2020

    L'entreprise a remis ses comptes annuels et rapports (la date de clôture est fixée au 31/12/2019) au greffe du tribunal.

  • Modification

    15 sept. 2019

    WEFCOS a changé d'adresse (tout en restant dans le même ressort de tribunal) : non déterminée. WEFCOS a maintenant installé son nouveau siège social à l'adresse 30/34 rue du Chemin Vert - et 17-19 et 19 bis rue Breguet - 75011 Paris.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    12 juil. 2019

    L'entreprise a remis ses comptes annuels et rapports (la date de clôture est fixée au 31/12/2018) au greffe du tribunal.

  • Modification

    12 juil. 2019

    L'administration de WEFCOS est modifiée comme suit :
    Président partant : Lejeune, nom d'usage : Gaymard, Clara ; nomination du Président : PABAFAJAMET.

  • Modification

    12 juil. 2019

    L'administration de WEFCOS est modifiée comme suit :
    Président partant : Lejeune, nom d'usage : Gaymard, Clara ; nomination du Président : PABAFAJAMET.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    2 août 2018

    L'entreprise a remis ses comptes annuels et rapports (la date de clôture est fixée au 31/12/2017) au greffe du tribunal.

  • Modification

    11 mars 2018

    WEFCOS a maintenant installé son nouveau siège social à l'adresse 5-9 rue Feydeau - 75002 Paris. WEFCOS a changé d'adresse (tout en restant dans le même ressort de tribunal) : non déterminée.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    3 août 2017

    L'entreprise a remis ses comptes annuels et rapports (la date de clôture est fixée au 31/12/2016) au greffe du tribunal.

  • Modification

    31 juil. 2017

    L'administration de WEFCOS est modifiée comme suit :
    Directeur général partant : Phillips, nom d'usage : Phillips-Franjou, Jacqueline, modification du Commissaire aux comptes MAZARS, Commissaire aux comptes suppléant partant : Rainaut, Gilles.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    9 août 2016

    L'entreprise a remis ses comptes annuels et rapports (la date de clôture est fixée au 31/12/2015) au greffe du tribunal.

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Marques déposées (14)

  • RISING TALENTS

    10 févr. 2011

    10 févr. 2031

    Marque renouvelée

    CEO CHAMPIONS

    10 févr. 2011

    10 févr. 2031

    Marque renouvelée

    Miss EUROREGION

    24 juin 2008

    24 juin 2028

    Marque renouvelée

    Women's Forum Initiative

    6 juin 2008

    6 juin 2028

    Marque renouvelée

  • GOVERNMENTAL WOMEN'S FORUM SUMMIT

    12 févr. 2016

    12 févr. 2026

    Marque enregistrée

    WEFcos

    25 nov. 2004

    25 nov. 2024

    Marque renouvelée

    Forum Economique des Femmes

    4 oct. 2004

    4 oct. 2024

    Marque renouvelée

    WOMEN'S FORUM FOR THE ECONOMY & SOCIETY

    4 oct. 2004

    4 oct. 2024

    Marque renouvelée

  • WEFco

    4 oct. 2004

    4 oct. 2024

    Marque renouvelée

    Forum Mondial des Femmes

    4 oct. 2004

    4 oct. 2024

    Marque renouvelée

    WOMEN IN LAW

    10 févr. 2011

    10 févr. 2021

    Marque enregistrée

    WOMEN IN INNOVATION

    10 févr. 2011

    10 févr. 2021

    Marque enregistrée

  • WOMEN IN FINANCE

    10 févr. 2011

    10 févr. 2021

    Marque enregistrée

    WOMEN IN MEDIA

    8 oct. 2010

    8 oct. 2020

    Marque enregistrée

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Classe principale

Les 2 classes les plus utilisées sont les classes 41, 35. Une des 2 classes les plus utilisées est "Éducation, formation, divertissement".

ClassesNb de marques
41 14
35 14
38 6
42 1

Adresse Women'S Forum For The Economy (1)

  • Women'S Forum For The Economy And Society - Siret : 48168182300052 (siège social)

    Actif

    30 rue du Chemin Vert (30-34-30/34 Rue du Chemin Vert) 75011 Paris

    Organisation de foires, salons professionnels et congrès (8230Z)

    28 juin 2019

    Women'S Forum For The Economy And Society - Siret : 48168182300045

    Fermé

    5 rue Feydeau (5-9) 75002 Paris

    Organisation de foires, salons professionnels et congrès (8230Z)

    1 févr. 2018

    10 à 19

    28 juin 2019

  • Siret : 48168182300037

    Fermé

    59 boulevard Exelmans 75016 Paris

    Organisation de foires, salons professionnels et congrès (8230Z)

    1 févr. 2011

    0

    1 févr. 2018

    Siret : 48168182300029

    Fermé

    13 rue Royale 75008 Paris

    Organisation de foires, salons professionnels et congrès (8230Z)

    1 juil. 2005

    1 févr. 2011

  • Siret : 48168182300011

    Fermé

    7 rue Scheffer 75116 Paris

    1 avr. 2005

    1 juil. 2005

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Réseaux sociaux Women'S Forum For The Economy (4)

Vidéos Women'S Forum For The Economy (50)

  • #WFGM19 - Women’s Forum 2020 – Sharing our ambitions for an inclusive future

    25 nov. 2019

    Chiara Corazza, Managing Director, Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society

  • #WFGM19 - ‘Greedy’ work, work of the future and the fourth industrial revolution

    20 nov. 2019

    Technology was supposed to increase everyone’s leisure time, but instead it’s enabled people to work from wherever they are, or work where employees are scheduled by algorithm. How can technology empower women, both by expanding their opportunities for meaningful work, and also by countering the ‘greedy’ nature of work to expand everyone’s opportunities for leisure? What is the future of work, and how can employers, employees, and citizens harness technology and policy measures to ensure that the work of the future is meaningful? Daring Circle Firestarter: Merisa Heu-Weller, Chief of Staff, Technology & Corporate Responsibility, Microsoft Moderator: Victoria Strachwitz, Senior Managing Director, Strategic Communications, FTI Consulting Speakers: o Maud Bailly, Chief Digital Officer, Accor o Yas Banifatemi, Partner & Co-Head of International Arbitration and Head of Public International Law, Shearman & Sterling o Elena Bonetti, Minister of Equal Opportunities and Family, Government of Italy o Julia Hobsbawm, Founder, Editorial Intelligence o Gina Neff, Professor, University of Oxford

  • #WFGM19 - Women taking the lead on climate

    22 nov. 2019

    Moderator: Maria Latella, Journalist, Radio24 Speakers: o Brune Poirson, Secretary of State to the Minister for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition, French Government o Chiara Corazza, Managing Director, Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society

  • #WFGM19 - Closing remarks by Dame Kristin Scott Thomas

    25 nov. 2019

    Closing remarks by: Dame Kristin Scott Thomas, Honorary President, Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society

  • #WFGM19 - Fireside chat

    20 nov. 2019

    A conversation between Dame Kristin Scott Thomas, Honorary President, Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society, in conversation with Maurice Levy, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Publicis Groupe

  • #WFGM19 - An Interview with Princess Rym al-Ali of Jordan

    21 nov. 2019

    An Interview with Princess Rym al-Ali of Jordan, moderated by Annette Young, Host, ‘The 51 Percent’, France 24

  • #WFGM19 - The key to inclusion is not women and other minorities but white male privilege

    21 nov. 2019

    If privileged groups clinging to the status quo are resisting progress on gender, environment, human rights and other forms of societal change, how far should society go to bring them into the fold – or abandon the effort altogether and turn to building new ground-up change? Perhaps ‘angry white men’, as New York Times columnist Paul Krugman characterised them, are angry for reasons that we need to acknowledge and understand, and rejecting their perspectives is counterproductive. Do women have a part to play in bringing them into an inclusive discussion? Moderator: Jessica Bennett, Gender Editor, NYT Debaters: o Stephen Frost, Founder & President, FrostIncluded o Fabrice Houdart, Human Rights Officer, OHCHR o Heather McGhee, President Emeritus, Demos o Paul Rector, Vice President & General Manager, Global Accounts, Lenovo o Karima Silvent, Chief HR Officer, AXA o Margaret Johnston-Clarke, Head of Global Diversity & Inclusion, L’Oréal Judges: o Victoria A. Budson, Executive Director, Women and Public Policy Program, Harvard Kennedy School o Leah Daughtry, Principal, On These Things

  • #WFGM19 - Not difficult but different: embracing inclusion

    21 nov. 2019

    Speaker: Helen Needham, Originator & Founder, Me.Decoded

  • Jane Fonda with a special message for the Women's Forum Global Meeting

    25 nov. 2019

    courtesy of L'Oréal

  • #WFGM19 - Leaders taking a stand (B)

    21 nov. 2019

    How have leaders taken a courageous and inclusive stand on thorny societal challenges and how are they empowering others to do the same? What can we learn from these role models? Moderator: Swaha Pattanaik, Global Economics Editor, Reuters Breakingnews Speakers: Jean-Laurent Bonnafé, CEO, BNP Paribas, in conversation with Oulimata Sarr, Regional Director a.i, UNWOMEN Front-row commentator: Clover Hogan, CEO & Founder, Force of Nature

  • #WFGM19 - The revolution is live: building inclusive coalitions to address global challenges

    22 nov. 2019

    In recent years, grassroots movements like Extinction Rebellion and Occupy have called attention to climate change, inequality, forced migration and the other urgent challenges that threaten us. Such movements are stepping up where governments and business have left a gap or actively contributed to divisions and threats. Can they show each of us – as citizens, consumers, families, communities, and societies – how to take action for the world’s most urgent crises? What can government and business draw from working with, not against, grassroots movements for a more sustainable, inclusive future? Firestarter: Michelle Bachelet, High Commissioner, United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights *** Moderator: Dean Baquet, Executive Director, The New York Times Speakers: o Michelle Bachelet, High Commissioner, United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights o Ertharin Cousin, Distinguished Fellow Visiting Scholar, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs Center on Food Security and the Environment, Stanford University o Cloud McDowell, Activist, Extinction Rebellion o Alexandra Soto, COO, Lazard

  • #WFGM19 - One shared earth: crystallising climate action

    21 nov. 2019

    From climate science to a massive revolution in how business thinks about value, how are women leading action to build an equitable future for all humanity? What are the elements we need for a new narrative that spurs human institutions – from governments to business to other organisations – to work together to achieve inclusive solutions and a sustainable future for all? Moderator: Stephenie Foster, Partner & Co-founder, Smash Strategies Speakers: o Felicity Aston, Polar explorer o Méka Brunel, CEO, Gecina o Alexandra Cousteau, Explorer, Storyteller and Ocean Advocate o Bertrand Walckenaer, Deputy CEO, French Development Agency Front row commentator: Gwenaelle Avice-Huet, Executive Vice President, ENGIE (Rising Talent 2018)

  • #WFGM19 - Making business work for all: a vision for inclusive economies and societies

    21 nov. 2019

    Capitalism is practised by economies throughout the word – sometimes at great societal cost. But business cannot thrive in societies that fail. Instead, to survive, business must shift to valuing people and environment as much as profit, and investors, workers and consumers can demand that companies behave more responsibly. Is this enough to achieve genuine and sustained inclusion? Instead of giving everyone a seat at the table, what can business, governments and individuals do to flip the table and better re-orient societies and economies to define and measure impact differently? Moderator: Geraldine Amiel, Paris Bureau Chief, Bloomberg Speakers: o Isabelle Kocher, CEO, Engie o Maurice Levy, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Publicis Group o Elisabeth Moreno, Vice President & Managing Director, HP o Sandra Sancier-Sultan, Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company

  • #WFGM - Introducing the Women’s Forum Wiki-edit-athon

    25 nov. 2019

  • #WFGM19 - All jobs are STEM jobs: technology, education and human potential

    21 nov. 2019

    Today’s children will graduate into a markedly different future. To stay relevant in the workforce they may need to constantly evolve and develop their skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), among other contributions to societies and communities. What role do businesses, governments, institutions and new technologies play, whether in changing the image of STEM from intimidating to welcoming, or in delivering lifelong education and training to counter inequality, broaden inclusion, and empower all people to reach their full potential? Daring Circle Firestarter: o Chiara Corazza, Managing Director, Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society o Paola Scarpa, Women@EMEA lead, Director Client Solution, Data & Insights, Google Moderator: Nadjia Yousif, Managing Director and Partner, Boston Consulting Group Speakers: o Mariam Abdullahi, Director of Android Partnerships, Africa, Google o Bev Crair, Vice President of Development and Quality, Lenovo o Christiane Féral Schuhl, President, Conseil National des Barreaux o Andreas Schleicher, Director for the Directorate for Education and Skills, OECD

  • Ouns Lemseffer // Katrin Schallenberg

    7 mars 2020

  • #WFASIA - Step in, Step up: Closing the leadership gap in the boardroom

    4 oct. 2019

  • #WFGM19 - In our prime: health policy and technology accelerating economic inclusion

    22 nov. 2019

    Just half the world’s female working-age population participate in the labour force, compared with 80% of men. That puts limits on economic growth, productivity and innovation. How can increasing women’s access to health, from vaccinations to period parity to technology such as breast pumps, benefit productivity and economic growth? How are technologies and tech infrastructure such as cloud-enabled telemedicine supporting inclusion for women and their families? What is the role of innovation and women’s entrepreneurship itself in boosting access to health, and increasing economic empowerment for women? Moderator: Lorna Friedman, Global Health Lead Multinational Client Group, Mercer Speakers: o Edna Adan, Founder & Director, Edna Adan University Hospital o Guillaume Borie, CEO of AXA Next & Group Chief Innovation Officer, AXA o Maria Castello del Palomar, Head of Regulatory, Health Strategy and Maintenance, Science and Innovation, RB o Runa Khan, Founder & Executive Director, Friendship o Shelley McKinley, Head of Technology & Corporate Responsibility, Microsoft

  • #WFGM19 - Modern work: shaping inclusive work cultures of the future

    22 nov. 2019

    Companies today are more aware of how benefits like paid family leave signal gender inclusion and help retain a diverse workforce. But such well-meaning benefits are often limited to white-collar workers, and they paper over the fact that modern work demands more of our time and energy than ever. What does a truly inclusive work culture look like, and how can it drive creativity, innovation, and commitment? What infrastructure and practices, such as benefits or mental health wellness, help shape a happier, healthier workplace and society, and how can women (and men) work together to accelerate cultural shifts for more inclusive organisations and norms around work? Moderator: Nina Gardner, Director, Strategy International Speakers: o Claire Beale, Global Editor-in-Chief, Campaign o Caroline Gaye, France Country Manager, American Express o Jean-Claude Le Grand, Executive Vice-President for Human Relations, L’Oréal o Karima Silvent, Chief HR Officer, AXA Front Row Commentator: Ftoon Mansour, Girls20

  • #WFGM19 - The impact of Trump’s presidency on women globally

    21 nov. 2019

    Valerie Jarrett, Senior Distinguished Fellow, University of Chicago Law School in conversation with Ann Walker Marchant, CEO, The Walker Marchant Group

  • #WFGM19 - Full potential: a vision for economic empowerment

    20 nov. 2019

    The World Bank estimate that businesses owned by women make up 35% of the formal economy, but receive only 1% of public and private spend – a clear obstacle to expanding women’s entrepreneurship and empowerment. What does moreinclusive economic empowerment look like? What role do gender-responsive public and corporate procurement and access to markets play in supporting women entrepreneurs? What infrastructure and support – legislation and policy, financial safety nets, new ways of working – is needed to achieve economic empowerment for all? Firestarter: Bruno Le Maire, Minister of the Economy, France Moderator: Karen Tso, Anchor, CNBC Speakers: o Anne-Gabrielle Heilbronner, Member of the Directoire & Secretary General, Publicis Groupe o Mara Marinaki, Principal Advisor on Gender and on the Implementation of UNSCR 1325 on Women, Peace and Security, European External Action Service o Alexandre Mars, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist o Fares Sayegh, Vice President – Global Supply Network and Business Services, P&G

  • #WFGM19 - Women’s economic empowerment to change the world

    20 nov. 2019

    When women entrepreneurs are empowered by access to markets, they can also drive wider cultural and societal change, from building a more inclusive tech sector to leading climate action through recycling or renewable energy. What can entrepreneurs in developed and developing environments draw from each other’s experiences? What policies and support do they need from governments and businesses? How can governments, corporates and entrepreneurs from Francophone countries and cities use their shared connections to drive greater inclusion and empowerment of women? Moderator: Frédéric Maury, Economical Chief Editor, Jeune Afrique Speakers: o Jérôme Chartier, First Vice President, Région île-de-France o Soham El Wardini, Mayor of Dakhar o Michèle Sabban, President, R20 o Augustin Thiam, Governor, District of Yammousoukro

  • Marlene Schiappa

    7 mars 2020

  • #WFASIA - Moving the needle: A conversation with inclusive leaders

    26 sept. 2019

  • Aïcha Bah Diallo

    7 mars 2020

    International President, Aide et Action

  • #WFGM19 - Taking the lead for inclusion: unforgettable stories

    25 nov. 2019

  • #WFGM19 - Divides that bind: turning divisions into inclusion ambitions

    20 nov. 2019

    Economic, societal and cultural forces can drive deepening divisions between genders, between those at the top and bottom of the wealth scale, between geographies. So fundamental is this challenge that the G7 named tackling inequality its top priority for 2019. How can we harness technology, markets and human behaviour to accelerate inclusion instead of driving division? How can we re-envision truly inclusive economies and societies, communities, organisations and systems, and devise new ways to overcome resistance to change? How can business leaders, policymakers and citizens better contribute to the G7 and G20 conversation, to create a rising tide that lifts all boats fairly? Firestarter: Marlène Schiappa, Minister of State for Gender Equality and Fight against discrimination, French Government Moderator: Leah Daughtry, Principal, On These Things Speakers: o Valerie Jarrett, Senior Distinguished Fellow, University of Chicago Law School o Svetlana Lukash, Deputy Chief of Presidential Experts' Directorate and Russian G20 Sherpa o Karien van Gennip, CEO, ING France o Paul van Zyl, Co-founder & Chief Creative Officer, The Conduit

  • Christine Lagarde

    9 mars 2020

  • Rapport Les Femmes au coeur de l'économie

    10 févr. 2020

    La France pionnière du leadership au féminin dans un monde en plein transformation.

  • #WFGM19 - Beyond the 1%: building inclusive financial industries and systems

    21 nov. 2019

    While global inequality has fallen as poor countries catch up with richer ones, economic inequality within countries has not, and it is clear that globalisation has not been a win-win for all. How can the power of finance, financial markets and systems, and financial institutions be harnessed to address economic inequality? As the financial technology or fintech industry grows, how can we build in inclusion from the ground up? Can addressing gender and other social inequalities in finance support the development of more economically-inclusive financial systems? Moderator: Swaha Pattanaik, Global Economics Editor, Reuters Breakingnews Speakers: o Ann Cairns, Executive Vice Chairman, Mastercard o Abigail Disney, Activist and Filmmaker, Fork Films & Level Forward o Agnès Pannier-Runacher, Secretary of State for Economy and Finance, French Government (Rising Talent 2007) o Alessandra Perrazzelli, Deputy Governor, Bank of Italy

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