June 25, 2021

Wealth managers need to hear diversity’s call

Author:
David Barks, Director
Worryingly though, in this year’s survey the average share of employees from a minority ethnic background stands at only 14 per cent.

Wealth and investment management is often seen as a bastion of white, upper-class privilege — even if the industry is actually more diverse than it sometimes appears.


Wealth and investment management is often seen as a bastion of white, upper-class privilege — even if the industry is actually more diverse than it sometimes appears.

David Barks looks at how wealth management companies need to accelerate the pace at which they respond to the country’s ethnic diversity.

Read the full article in the FT here


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