Five ways asset management can attract more female talent

Women only account for 12% of portfolio managers

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Rayna Lesser Hannaway of Polen Capital
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Rayna Lesser Hannaway of Polen Capital

Despite strides in the right direction, asset management remains an overwhelmingly male-dominated industry.

While the number of females in leadership roles has nudged upwards, women still represent less than 12% of portfolio managers. Here, are five ways the fund management industry can attract a wider pool...

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