The number of diverse emerging managers are growing in various sectors, however, there are still not enough, according to women founder panelists from a recent webinar.
Large institutional investors have begun the work toward transparency and accountability that will eventually move the needle from a diversity, equity and inclusion perspective.
Appreciation and encouragement of diverse skillsets within a team is a key facet to building and sustaining a successful investment firm, according to a fireside chat held at last month’s New York State Teachers’ Retirement System’s 13th annual MWBE Investments and Professional Services Conference.
With the Securities and Exchange Commission having stalled on diversity-related recommendations, a panel at the National Association of Securities Professionals’ Diverse Manager Forum finds the two recommendations the SEC has implemented were the “least impactful.”
Political uncertainty and adding value to portfolios in response to volatile markets are two main themes for investment heads at various institutions, according to a panel at the National Association of Securities Professionals’ Diverse Manager Forum held in Philadelphia on Jan. 19.
The road to success often comes with challenges that emerging managers must overcome in their pursuit of gathering assets and recognition, according to panelists at the New York City Bureau of Asset Management’s annual Diverse and Emerging Managers Investment Conference held on Nov. 1.
Positive change with diversity in the institutional landscape must come from within organizations themselves, according to industry veterans during a panel held at the Investment Diversity Advisory Council’s National Summit on DEI held on Sept. 14 in Atlanta.
Institutional limited partners conscious of diversity will work with firms lacking a track record, according to panelists at the Investment Diversity Advisory Council’s National Summit on DEI held on Sept. 14 in Atlanta.
The diverse manager space is a two-way street that involves relationship building and advocacy from both sides, panelists at the GCM Grosvenor 2022 Consortium told attendees.