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Specific legal and practical challenges can hinder a diversity, equity and inclusion programme.
The co-founder of Greenworks Lending, Alexandra Cooley, recounts her experiences of launching a business as a female entrepreneur.
Transforming your DE&I culture and strategy can be both an exciting and a daunting task. Here are some of the important questions firms must continually ask themselves as they seek to create truly diverse, equitable and inclusive organisations.
Failure to link diversity initiatives to those that promote inclusion are doomed to fail.
The excuse about a lack of diverse talent is no longer being tolerated, with the hiring process the single-most important tool.
Investors are increasingly willing to walk away from funds that lag in DE&I.
It is important not to congratulate yourself based on a narrative supported by selective data.
Diversity, equity and inclusion is considered one of the four investment engagement priorities for 2021, making it vital to connect with investors on this issue.
Mary Delahunty, head of impact at HESTA, on the dangers of tokenism and why a DE&I mindset is critical to ensuring a just energy transition.
Fund managers must first decide the extent of their diversity, equity and inclusion ambitions – and why DE&I is important to them
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