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Empathy is a good beginning, but it needs to be accompanied by action.
The banks told U.S. employees they'll receive a floating paid day off to mark the holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S., which President Biden signed into law Thursday.
Law professor Renee Jones will run the agency's division of corporation finance, making her the first Black woman to lead one of the SEC's four major divisions.
Asian American leader shares her insight, such as recognizing that you bring something special and unique.
The exchange-traded fund tracks an index of U.S. large-cap companies that have a commitment to LGBTQ diversity and inclusion.
IBM, First Solar, and DuPont among the companies pressured by shareholders this year to pledge diversity changes.
Amy Cooper says the company falsely claimed that it conducted an investigation before firing her.
The leadership changes announced May 20 position a slate of potential successors to CEO James Gorman who are mostly white and male.
When it comes to special-needs planning, the answer is seldom easy. The decisions about whether a special-needs child would benefit from guardianship and conservatorship in adulthood and if so, who will be their guardian and oversee their trust, are important.
Autism comes with challenges in a business that centers on relationships, but it often linked with an extreme interest in topics people are passionate about.
Nominate individuals and firms in the U.S. as role models, advocates and allies of women in investment management by June 11.
Tia Counts will fill the new international position based in London, and is responsible for aligning MSCI’s diversity, equality and inclusion goals.
The bank is planning to appoint a successor to Chairman Axel Weber, 64, at its annual general meeting next year.
Only 16% of advisers are women, while 3.8% are Hispanic, 2.6% are African American and 2.1% Asian, according to a study by Cerulli Associates and the Investment Adviser Association.
A 12-member group at the independent broker-dealer will work on company and industrywide initiatives.
Rep. Patrick McHenry, R-N.C., accuses Democrats of trying to 'cater to the far left.' Democrats say ESG, diversity data is crucial.
The asset manager will undergo a third-party audit of its operations following a request from a shareholder.
As part of the settlement, Edward Jones will create a new financial adviser council to address diversity issues and senior management will be kept informed of those initiatives.
In response to employee feedback, the bank is seeking to improve engagement in underrepresented communities and considering allowing employees greater flexibility to work remotely.
In an industry dominated by men, women said they faced challenges early in their careers to prove themselves.
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