Closing the ethnicity investment gap: Democratising investing is key to creating a fairer society

Taking firm action to drive social equality

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We are one year on from the seminal moment of 2020 that led to a reckoning by individuals and institutions alike, forced to confront the reality of the discrimination and disparities faced by people of colour. One year from many earnest pledges of solidarity and allyship.

But as time passes, we also sense that few actually understood how they could use their power to help. This goes as much for our industry, which helps create and sustain wealth that can be used to transform lives. At City Hive, we have long believed that the investment management industry needs to be more balanced, both in our individual workplaces and in terms of how we interact with our end users. If we truly want to be a force for good in the battle for equality, the solution lies in democratising investing and creating a fairer and more inclusive investment industry to help people...

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