by Jake Moeller.
Bev explains how she came about to found the CityHive initiative and outlines how asset management firms can benefit from increasing workplace levels of diversity and inclusion.
Bev considers the types and levels of meaningful change that the industry needs to adopt in order to improve their corporate scorecards. She also explains the importance of the role of education in encouraging a more diverse pool of potential asset management employees.
Bev is chatting with Jake Moeller, Head of Lipper UK and Ireland Research at Refinitiv, in London on April 26, 2019.
Bhavini ‘Bev’ Shah is Founder and CEO of City Hive – A Network for Change.
Prior to founding City Hive in 2016, Bev gained more than 15 years’ investment experience in the City of London at some of the world’s largest financial institutions.
As a British/Indian dyslexic woman (and married mother of two), Bev is passionate about empowering the investment and asset management sector to forge a more equitable and inclusive culture.
Bev believes in the value of diverse thought and experience in rebuilding trust in financial services and enhancing investment performance. Bev is a media commentator on topics of gender equality and all aspects of diversity in the investment sector.”
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