Women secure 5 per cent less capital on average globally, according to HSBC Private Banking’s ‘She’s the Business’ report. Photo: EPA-EFE

More than a third of women entrepreneurs have faced bias in raising capital, HSBC report says

  • Women in mainland China and Hong Kong have invested more of their own money than their counterparts globally to start a new business
  • On average, women globally put US$142,841 of their own money into their businesses
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Women secure 5 per cent less capital on average globally, according to HSBC Private Banking’s ‘She’s the Business’ report. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Chad Bray

Chad Bray

Chad is a senior business reporter focused on finance. He has previously written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires.