Wealthy Families Lead Charge Into Gender Lens Investing in Asia
More family offices in Asia back businesses benefiting women
Younger heirs more comfortable with novel investment styles
David Ramli and Lulu Yilun Chen
When Grace Tahir’s daughter turned 14, they sat down to talk careers.
As a family linked to two Indonesian billionaire patriarchs, a life of leisure has always been an option for the women in the family -- but the teenager said she wanted to work, like her mother. That sparked a renewed determination in Tahir to help advance women, pushing her to pour more funding into investments with a female focus.