This month we launch a new feature in partnership with performance analytics tool Aapryl that aims to bring more actionable insights to managers on how their performance stacks up to the universe broadly and the emerging and diverse manager space specifically.
News coming out this week about former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores filing a suit alleging discrimination has interesting parallels to our corner of the investment world.
The January issue of Emerging Manager Monthly sets the tone each year.
The end of the year is always an interesting time for reflection — made better if personally and professionally it’s been a successful year.
We are five years in to our annual feature covering the veteran-owned asset manager space – five years of raising awareness, five years of highlighting hurdles and roadblocks and five years of calling for action.
At the risk of sounding like a broken record, this month’s issue highlights the importance of transparency.
Sometimes you just need a reboot.
No matter how much effort you put into the emerging and diverse manager space, you can always be doing more.
The issue of how LGBTQ+ investment managers and investment professionals are included within the broader diversity initiatives headed by institutional investors is an incredibly important topic, however, it is one that is very seldom talked about.
Clichés become clichés for a reason. They are overused and typically lose their meaning. However, they are sometimes still the best way to emphasize the most basic issues facing the emerging and diverse manager space.
This month, we take our annual look at historically Black colleges and universities.
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