Women are still being held back in fund management, says GAM Investments

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Women are still being held back in fund management, says GAM
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Women are still being held back in fund management, says GAM

Outdated ideas about gender roles are still are still holding women back in the fund management industry, according to GAM Investments.

Speaking at the The Power of Diversity: Women at GAM conference, Denise Prime, investment director of emerging markets and fixed income at GAM, discussed the difficulties women still face in asset management....

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