Fund managers urged to tackle 'severe' diversity issues

An asset owner-devised group charter will target fund managers of UK pension schemes

Hope William-Smith
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Fund managers urged to tackle 'severe' diversity issues

Some of the UK’s largest pension funds have launched a charter calling on their fellow schemes to help tackle a lack of diversity across the fund management industry.

Major asset owners - together managing total £125bn of assets - have today (2 August) formed the Asset Owner Diversity Working Group (AODWG), which will be co-chaired by Lothian Pension Fund (LPF) portfolio...

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