The OPEN program from American Express provides help to women entrepreneurs, and Wells Fargo's Women's Business Services program supplies research, education, advice and resources to help women manage business and personal finances, according to Forbes. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation offers help to poor women, including digital financial services.
Another example of a company providing financial help to women is Clarifi, which offers a series of educational workshops called FinanciallyHers, notes Forbes. Germany's Frauenbank is the world’s first bank created by women for women, with a philosophy of providing individualized advice to women.
Women control 51.3 percent of all wealth in the United States, and that figure is projected to grow to two-thirds by 2020, according to the Federal Reserve. These numbers are likely to translate into more companies providing financial help to women in the future.