Take radical action to boost diversity, panel urges

The diversity in finance roundtable at Global ABS on Wednesday struck a dismal tone in noting that not a great deal has changed with regard to the representation of women and minorities since the market began having these conversations, leading the panel to urge more novel approaches to addressing the problem.

  • By Max Adams
  • 06 Jun 2018
“There is an innate sense that this is the right thing to do, and yet we keep having these conversations,” said moderator Ori Chandler, managing director at INvolve, referring to a poll of the audience that showed most respondents “just know” that equal representation matters, rather than it ...

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