Women in Asset Management

The number of women reporting they have suffered sexual harassment has jumped from 20% in 2014 to 32% in 2017, according to our fourth Women in Asset Management survey. The sharp increase has occurred despite a range of initiatives from the asset management industry to improve diversity and attract more female workers

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Third of female asset managers surveyed by FTfm say they have suffered from the abuse

Helena Morrisey sets out 10 practical suggestions to help promote workplace diversity

Testimonies from within the industry indicate companies still have long way to go

‘I was in the middle of making tea but I walked away. I thought I was going to cry’

Boilerplate codes of conduct on ethical behaviour are not working, says Madison Marriage

Michelle Seitz on her rise to the top and new-found frankness about being a working mother

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