L&G, Willis Towers Watson and USS unite behind black graduate intern programme

Hope William-Smith
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Dawid Konotey-Ahulu is one of the project's co-leads.
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Dawid Konotey-Ahulu is one of the project's co-leads.

More than 80 major fund management firms will come together to offer a range of investment internships to black graduates.

The #100blackinterns project will aim to "tackle the chronic underrepresentation of black people" in the City of London by offering a minimum of 100 paid internships next summer to university-educa...

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