IA report reveals only one in 10 industry CEOs and chairpersons are women

Outlines initiatives to address gender issues

Jayna Rana
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The report found IA members have a median gender pay gap of 31%
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The report found IA members have a median gender pay gap of 31%

A new report by the Investment Association looking at the make-up of the gender pay gap in the asset management industry has revealed only 11% of senior positions in the sector are filled by women.

The report, entitled Closing the Gap, comes as the 4 April deadline for the Government's gender pay gap reporting approaches, and are based on responses from 39 of its member firms. It also highlights some...

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