MBA Student Fellow Project
‘Women and Personal Finance: Addressing a Gender Gap in Investing’ is a report that delves into the underlying causes of the gender investment gap and offers insights from smart and independent women who actively participate in personal finance. The report aims to shed light on the social and economic factors that have influenced these women’s interest in investing. This report is a contribution to the ongoing dialogue on financial inclusion and aims to inspire both individuals and the investment industry to take proactive steps towards bridging the gender investment gap and creating a more equitable and inclusive financial landscape for all.
Pritika is a passionate Finance Professional and holds over six years of experience in the financial services industry in diverse roles that involve trade financing, financial analysis, and managing investment portfolios and clients. Along with pursuing her MBA at Rotman (2021-2023), she holds a Bachelor in Banking and Insurance and the CFA Charter. Looking forward she wants to utilize her finance education to foster financial inclusion, promote sustainable investing practices, and drive ethical decision-making in the corporate world.