From BBC News:
Can women bankers and investment managers get us out of the economic mess that their male colleagues got us into? Will it take women to ensure the future health of the financial sector?
Halla Tomasdottir and Kristin Petursdottir are convinced the answer is yes.
They set up their investment firm Audur Capital in Iceland to prove it.
"Women tend to bring a lot to the table. They think more long-term, they think about the team, and not only themselves. They think more about people, and they see other business opportunities than men."
There is another, crucial difference, they find: "Women are willing to ask stupid questions. We want to understand. "