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Norges Bank Karsten Kallevig
Karsten Kallevig, the executive who served in the position for a decade, has been appointed a special advisor while his previous job will not be filled.
Since lumping the two underrepresented groups together is failing to close private real estate’s racial gap, a new, separate approach is due
The Chicago-based firm's new scholarship program aims to bring on Black and Latinx students as summer interns and ultimately hire them as full-time staff.
Whether you condone a carrot or stick approach, implementing a rigid recruitment policy makes sense for a sector still sorely lacking in diversity.
Nylz Reyes
Expert analysis by Nylz Reyes, associate at Northwestern Mutual Real Estate.
Private real estate veteran Sonny Kalsi is pushing aggressive recruiting policies at BentallGreenOak before the momentum fades from this summer’s protests against racial injustice. Measures include a 66.7% minorities and women minimum recruitment target and financial penalties for missing it.
Fighting discrimination and enhancing diversity has gone up on private real estate investors' agendas with some demanding more diverse management teams.
The leaders of some of the most prominent firms have spoken out about discrimination.
The real estate investment manager has named a new CEO following the close of the merger between Bentall Kennedy and GreenOak last year.
Although both issues are increasingly industry talking points, they are a priority for only a few investors, according to PERE’s Perspectives 2020 Survey.
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