Aligning for Inclusion.

Creating an equitable culture and building stakeholder trust


DiversityQ is delighted to invite you to this year's Women in Asset Management Summit USA!  

Innovation, representation and competition are some of the most important benefits of DEI in any workplace, but for asset managers this is something that has been lacking for decades. With demand for DEI data and for asset managers to progress their teams diversity, incorporating ESG factors that include racial diversity and justice has become a priority to create a more inclusive society.

As the economy enters familiar waters of volatile markets and economic insecurity, firms need to leave no stone unturned to make it through unscathed. Firms that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion also recognize the importance of responding to changing client demographics with a more diverse professional team, enabling them to better serve prospective and current clients and to better compete for top talent. 

We’re also seeing a change in the role of an asset manager becoming inevitable but there also seems to be a power struggle on the horizon. For investment firms competing for talent, the next generation of investment professionals adapting to future demands within the industry makes them a rare commodity and something that tilts the scales in their favour. 

Our theme this year will aim to challenge investment professionals on how they consider all stakeholders while overcoming difficult market conditions.