Money managers are creating or expanding programs to increase the number of women in the industry.
Asset owners are starting to press their money managers on gender diversity
New rules by the U.K. government are shining a bright light on the gender pay gap across a range of industries, including asset management.
Alternatives powerhouses KKR and Carlyle are taking steps to increase the number of women in their workforces.
The CFA Institute and other groups are sponsoring efforts to encourage more women to enter the money management industry.
Workforce diversity fosters diversity of ideas and approaches. It is time to cultivate, hire and mentor more women in asset management.
The biggest accomplishment of the U.K. gender pay gap study is how it changes the equation for women in the fight for equal pay.