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Mutual Fund Management is a Boy’s Club . . .

Good piece by Tara Lachapelle, noting “Only 2 percent of those assets are managed exclusively by women.” Here she is on Gadfly: “According to a 2015 analysis by Morningstar Inc. (the most recent year for which data is available), only 2 percent of the assets in the more than $12 trillion U.S. open-end mutual fund universe were… Read More The post Mutual Fund Management is a Boy’s Club.
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