City Hive report reveals women and minorities lack trust in investment industry

Ongoing exclusion

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Bev Shah is chief executive at City Hive
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Bev Shah is chief executive at City Hive

There is a significant lack of trust in the investment industry from women and minorities “due to historic and ongoing exclusion of them”, a report from think tank and advocacy group City Hive has found.

As a result of the mistrust, the investment and asset management firms are missing out on significant amounts of investable money, the report, which was supported by White Marble, Schroders and a consortium...

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