Women in Investment Awards 2020: Our judges on inspirational winners and their D&I wishlist

Hopes for the industry for 2021 and beyond

Katrina Lloyd
What do our judges hope to see improve in the industry over the coming year?

What do our judges hope to see improve in the industry over the coming year?

As part of Investment Week's Women in Investment Awards 2020, in partnership with HSBC Global Asset Management, we gained valuable insight from a number of judges from our 31-strong panel.

Here they explain why the awards were so important in a challenging 2020, what stood out about the winners and what they would now like to see from the investment industry on diversity & inclusion.   Click here to see the full list of judges from this year's awards. If you missed this year's show, click here to watch it on demand and in full.

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