Winners of the Inclusive March Challenge!

During the month of March, 32 teams consisting of members of different backgrounds and origins participated in the Inclusive March #WIFChallenge. The teams engaged in passionate discussions about a range of important topics, including biases faced in the workplace, role models, silent voices in meetings, and inclusive brainstorming. Now we proudly present to you: the winners and prizes of the #WIFchallenge!

To learn more about the challenge and its participants, search for #WIFchallenge on LinkedIn.


The winners! The prizes!

Survey Corporate Culture and Career M/F/X

Is there a link between the blocking factors on your career path and the culture of the sector or organisation you work in? Are you curious whether there is a link and what that link would look like? Is there a difference between women and men?

Wo·Men in Finance has, in collaboration with KU Leuven and Ghent University, done a large-scale anonymous survey of the Belgian financial sector to investigate this. Based on the responses of 1351 participants, we are happy to share the full results of the study with you.

Click here to see the full results of the survey.

Wo·Men in Finance: that is also a cast-iron diversity charter

Financial institutions that sign the charter commit to measuring gender differences at every level of their company, to setting specific objectives for the company, to drawing up a diversity and inclusion plan and to appointing a person responsible for diversity.

Read the charter here

Our annual report for 2022 is available!

Where are the signatories today? Where do they want to go? And how will they use the charter to achieve their goals? These - and many other - questions are answered in the annual Wo.Men in Finance report.

Download the full report here

“We are convinced that in today's world, the best decisions are made by diverse groups and that the most appealing employers are the inclusive ones„

Christine Van Rijsseghem & Claire Godding - Chair & Co-Chair Women in Finance

Our members

Already 54 financial institutions support Wo·Men in Finance.