Asset management gender pay gap 'worse than last year'

Mean gap in the sector as high as 49%

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City Hive's Mandy Kirby is urging the industry to "set a new, positive cycle of professional development"
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City Hive's Mandy Kirby is urging the industry to "set a new, positive cycle of professional development"

The investment management industry must collaborate if it is to close its gender pay gap (GPG), which is expected to be "worse than last year", according to asset management diversity network City Hive.

Between now and April 2019 asset managers with more than 250 employees will publish their GPG figures for 2018, which will demonstrate the difference between the average earnings of men and women, expressed...

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