Despite outperformance of industry peers, a new study finds that Asian American and Pacific Islanders are significantly underrepresented at the ownership level and in U.S. assets under management.
Early-stage venture firm Supply Change Capital was built on the concept of what the supply chains of the future need to look like in order to sustain a healthier environment for people and a more culturally diverse food ecosystem.
When discussing labels such as Hispanic versus Latino, Latina or Latinx within asset management, most find the industry should not get caught up with the terms that do not offer many notable differences.
Hispanic investment managers and allocators are emphasizing the need for improving opportunities through the increased focus on diversity by institutional investors as well as through efforts within the community itself.
Few limited partners were starting emerging manager programs after the Global Financial Crisis, but two industry allies got on the same page and partnered to invest in an opportunity-rich segment in the growing private equity market.
Aiming to be a top decile performer in climate tech, early-stage and women-owned manager Buoyant Ventures focuses on investing in digital solutions that can be deployed to address the urgency of climate change.
While most nonprofit boards are likely aware of the importance that diversity and inclusion can bring to their organizations and governance structure, many still lack diversity and have difficulty finding diverse members, according to CAPTRUST Financial Advisors.
This year, EMM began to track minority women in the cio role at the largest public pension plans, endowments and foundations and industry professionals agreed the results are “disappointing” and a “disgrace.”
The last five years have seen little to no progress for women and minorities who seek the cio role at the largest public pension and nonprofit institutions, yet industry professionals remain hopeful for more future opportunities despite the discouraging figures.
Female Asian American and Pacific Islanders face a “double bind” of low initial representation and attrition in the career climb, according to a new study.