Black Women in Asset Management reveals new industry partners representing $17trn in AUM

BlackRock, M&G and JPMAM

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BWAM has over 700 members

BWAM has over 700 members

Black Women in Asset Management (BWAM) has announced a number of new industry partners, including BlackRock, Federated Hermes and M&G.

The non-profit organisation, which was formed in 2019 to promote the advancement of black women working in the asset management industry, revealed that Ares Management, Helios Investment Partners, JPMorgan Asset Management, Maniyar Capital, Morningstar and State Street Global Advisors have also become new institutional members. BWAM's new institutional members represent more than $17trn of assets under management in the global asset management industry, according to chair and co-founder Jacqueline Taiwo. The non-profit now has more than 700 members. PRI: Diversity must be taken as ...

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