Just 1.3% of US financial assets are managed by women or minorities. Here's how to change that

Assets under female management could increase to $75 billion with a small increase in investment from key pension funds. Image: REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Barbara Ann Bernard

Founder and Chief Investment Officer, Wincrest Capital Ltd


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