Investment Week announces HSBC Asset Management as partner for the Women in Investment Awards 2021

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Investment Week is delighted to welcome back HSBC Asset Management as our partner for the fifth annual Women in Investment Awards. 

HSBC Asset Management has been a supporter and partner of these important awards since launch in 2017 and has played a vital role in helping us accelerate the pace of change towards a more diverse and inclusive investment industry.  

The awards not only honour the inspiring achievements of women across all parts of the investment industry, they also help shape the discussion around how we can improve diversity & inclusion within the sector and make a real impact. 

This mission has never been more important as the industry starts to rebuild following the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic. We believe it is vital to make diversity & inclusion central to these plans. 

Commenting on the partnership, Investment Week editor-in-chief Katrina Lloyd said: "I am delighted HSBC Asset Management is once again supporting these flagship awards for Investment Week.  

"HSBC Asset Management's input has been very valuable over the years as these awards have evolved and its support is essential if we are to build on the great work already achieved to improve diversity & inclusion in the investment industry."

Stuart White, CEO for HSBC Asset Management UK added: "Supporting and championing awards such as these which recognise the outstanding work women in our industry are doing is incredibly important to us. Gender diversity is a crucial part of our own, and the wider industry's, diversity and inclusion agenda, and we're committed to playing our part in contributing towards a better, more diverse industry."

To learn more about this year's Women in Investment Awards, go to: Women in Investment Awards 2021 - Home Page ( 

For more information, contact: [email protected] or [email protected]

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