City Hive partners with #TalkAboutBlack for industry mentoring scheme

Improving representation of woman and ethnic minorities

James Baxter-Derrington
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City Hive founder Bev Shah
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City Hive founder Bev Shah

City Hive is collaborating with #TalkAboutBlack, a part of the Diversity Project, to extend its successful cross-company mentoring scheme to both women and ethnic minorities.

The 2021 iteration, of which Investment Week is a media partner, follows last year's successful inaugural scheme and aims to provide crucial guidance and support to women and ethnic minorities to accelerate the professional development and career progression of these under-represented and underpaid groups in investment management. Green Park research: No black CEOs, chairs or CFOs at FTSE 100 companies The City Hive Mentoring Scheme promotes cross-company collaboration, which allows for a greater choice of mentors across the industry, bringing perspectives, skills and experience which...

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