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The Women of Influence 2022: Cross asset class
Our programme spotlights women whose achievements, innovation and leadership are reshaping private markets across a broad range of asset classes.
The Women of Influence 2022: Real estate
Our programme spotlights women whose achievements, innovation and leadership are reshaping private markets across a broad range of asset classes.
The Women of Influence 2022: Infrastructure
Our programme spotlights women whose achievements, innovation and leadership are reshaping private markets across a broad range of asset classes.
Investors’ views over the importance of DE&I issues and whether they ultimately affect fund commitments are as varied as the LP community itself.
As investors ramp up demands for data on diversity, equity and inclusion, outsourcing such requests can offer a sophisticated solution for fund managers – and facilitate wider industry change
The pandemic-induced ‘Great Reflection’ means PE professionals are more selective about job opportunities, while firms need to have a consistent set of values to attract talent.
Gender-lens investing is just the start of the conversation when it comes to equity in private market investments, says DEG’s Katharina Thier.
Tell us who should be featured in this year’s list of standout women in alternative assets.
As more PE firms look to institutionalise their business, part of their strategy is to increase allocations from new investor bases.
As the industry’s focus on diversity deepens, ILPA’s Jennifer Choi says the association will continue to evaluate how it ‘sets the bar in defining what good looks like’.
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