New partnership between Mannheimer Swartling and GAIN Sweden

GAIN UK (Girls Are Investors) helps young women and non-binary students begin their careers in investment management. Mannheimer Swartling and GAIN are now partnering through the establishment of GAIN Sweden – the charity’s first expansion outside the UK. Mannheimer Swartling will provide free legal advice to GAIN to support its important work in promoting increased diversity and inclusion.

– GAIN’s efforts in the UK investment management industry also address one of the biggest challenges in the Swedish financial sector – increasing diversity and inclusion. Mannheimer Swartling works actively on these issues daily, including in relation to our partnership gender equality target of 40% women, 40% men and 20% flexible by 2033 at the latest. We are therefore delighted to support GAIN in its establishment in Sweden and we very much look forward to working with them, says Jan Dernestam, Managing Partner at Mannheimer Swartling.

GAIN’s mission is to inspire and empower the next generation of female and non-binary investors by providing a platform for learning, career development and networking. The organisation also promotes gender equality and strives to equip young women and non-binary students with the knowledge, skills and resources necessary to succeed in the investment management industry.

Read more about GAIN here and its establishment in Sweden here.

Read more about Mannheimer Swartling in Society here.

For more information, please contact:

Jan Dernestam, Managing Partner
+46 70 977 73 48,

Helena Carlquist, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
+46 70 977 79 34,


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