OMW's Jane Goodland: Management must 'walk the walk' on recruiting

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Jane Goodland: "There are a whole host of reasons why we are where we are, but none of them is insurmountable."
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Jane Goodland: "There are a whole host of reasons why we are where we are, but none of them is insurmountable."

Lawrence Gosling speaks to Old Mutual Wealth's responsible business director Jane Goodland, one of the judges for Investment Week's Women in Investment Awards, about improving diversity and the importance of financial education.

If the fund management industry has a problem with public perception, then one of the issues it should be looking at closely is its record when it comes to gender and diversity. As a survey published...

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