For RadiantESG, incorporating environmental, social and governance factors into its investment process is part of the firm’s DNA.
Julie Cane, a former U.S. Naval Aviator, credits the democracy running through her veins for her very existence.
Veterans Leverage Military Experience In Assessing Impacts Of War On Markets
Rodney June, cio of the Los Angeles City Employees’ Retirement System, recently commemorated a milestone – the 10 year anniversary of his return to LACERS as its investment head.
Built on innovation and pushing science and progress for humanity forward, venture capital firm Third Culture Capital prides itself on its unique lens of healthcare and the agents of change that have a broad perspective of the world.
4th Street Capital is using its value-minded and long-focused strategy to bring new investors to the U.S. equity market, especially from India, where Managing Partner Yogesh Gupta has a network of family and friends.
The road to inclusion within the institutional investment industry is full of obstacles to overcome – a lack of inclusivity, a lack of data, a lack of advocacy – yet some continue to push forward in the pursuit of recognition and growth not only for themselves, but for those that may follow their journey into the industry and look to launch their own investment firm or fund.
Expanding and developing the pool of diverse talent in the asset management space is a task requiring an intentional and sustained effort. From large firms to trade organizations to plan sponsors and entities in between, initiatives and efforts are being made to advance progress in this area, and investment managers, consultants and allocators cannot afford to drag their feet when it comes to developing a meaningful embrace of diversity, equity and inclusion and solutions toward bridging the gap.