Financial services firms 'falling short' on diversity and inclusion

Average score of 65 out of 100

Lauren Mason
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Baroness Helena Morrissey

Multiple sectors across the financial services industry – including asset management, hedge funds, investment banking and wealth management – are falling well below the optimal diversity and inclusion criteria, according to a new index released by reboot.

Reboot., a network of financial services professionals aiming to maintain dialogue on racial equality in the workplace, has launched its inaugural FS Race to Equality index, in partnership with research...

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