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LEADING the CHARGE: Global Top 50 Women!

Katarina Storfer • 13 May 2021
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Our 1st Global Top 50 Women in Investment Management Roundtable will take place on Wednesday May 19th. We feel privileged to be providing a unique setting for women and men across the globe to have discussions with one another focusing on culture, access, and visibility, to empower diversity of thought and diversity of experience.

For institutional Investor it has been an honor to share with all of you the incredible stories, first hand, directly from women in the industry. On May 19th their voices came to life during our first ever digital global roundtable; we were excited to collectively contribute to the group’s overall professional and personal development on this roundtable with a featured panel on Creating a Diverse Work Culture!

Information on the event is here: LEADING the CHARGE: Women In Investment Management Digital Roundtable

We went live at 10:30 EDT, 3:30 BST, 22:30 HK. Click here to download the agenda

Roz Hewsenian
Chief Investment Officer
Helmsley Charitable Trust, USA

Over the course of an hour and a half, participants will have the opportunity to foster to networking with motivated and influential professionals from diverse backgrounds and generations who understand the unique position and associated challenges between the gender and the industry as well as aim to advance discussions around diversity, access, and visibility

Join the conversation LIVE on May 19
10:30 EDT | 15:30 BST | 22:30 HK 

Click here to download the agenda

Discussions will be around culture, accessibility, and access, including an examination of the current and potential role of women, mentoring to promote inclusion and increase gender parity, and navigating career and life challenges. How investors can push for diversity when building internal teams and when hiring external managers? What does due diligence and governance look like, especially with regard to ESG? How does the industry recruit, and retain, more women through the decision-making ranks, particularly in times of crisis – like the pandemic – when it comes to parenting, working from home, and sticking to or deviating from one’s intended career path?