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Younger team members give their take on the importance of DE&I and the challenges that remain.
A group of leading professionals discuss how their organisations are putting diversity, equity and inclusion ambitions into practice.
As diversity, equity and inclusion grows in prominence, more standardized metrics are likely to evolve.
Investors are increasingly willing to walk away from funds that lag in DE&I.
Fund managers must first decide the extent of their diversity, equity and inclusion ambitions – and why DE&I is important to them
Every generation brings its own distinct employee expectations, with the pandemic highlighting further differences.
The excuse about a lack of diverse talent is no longer being tolerated, with the hiring process the single-most important tool.
As a global investment group, CDPQ is getting tough on DE&I, says executive vice-president and head of investments in Quebec and stewardship investing, Kim Thomassin.

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