Quarter Of Investors Will Allocate More To Women-Managed Funds
Women-owned and women-managed funds continue to outperform equity markets and hedge funds as an asset class, but the lack of supply means that even investors who might want to invest in women-managed funds will have a hard time doing so, according to a recent report from the Rothstein Kass Institute (link to full report below).
The report found that 93% of investors don’t have any particular intention or mandate to invest in women-managed funds, but many of them say it’s because there . . .
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