Going forward: Inclusion in asset management must not take a step back

Regression in last year

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The UK’s asset management industry wields more influence than ever within the financial services sector, with the swelling of assets and uptick in mergers over the last ten years creating industry giants.

But macro pressures, alongside a divergence from the EU and increasing regulatory shifts, mean it will be harder to maintain this strong position. For the industry to continue to innovate into the future, talent acquisition and retention will be key. Alongside building teams with a wide range of skills and capabilities in high growth areas, businesses must also ensure they are hiring from a diverse talent pool. At present, the sector still struggles to mirror the diversity of the clients it serves. While some progress has been made in recent years, a seismic shift in how we approac...

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