How much is the lack of diversity in corporate America costing investors and shareholders?
Countless academic studies show that diverse management teams outperform their homogenous counterparts. Yet, minorities and women only make up a fraction of senior leadership in the Fortune 500 and the investment management community.
Are investors and corporate boards failing in their fiduciary duties by allowing management to continue to operate in a sub-optimal capacity? Join Gilbert Garcia, Robert Raben, and Juan Martinez for a discussion moderated by Professor Russ Wermers on how the lack of diversity costs investors and shareholders from achieving optimal returns.
- Gilbert Garcia, Managing Partner, Gilbert Hamilton Associates
- Juan Martinez, VP/CFO & Treasurer, John S. & James L. Knight Foundation
- Robert Raben, Founder, The Raben Group
Moderated by Russ Wermers, Director, Center for Financial Policy.
Co-sponsored by the Center for Social Value Creation, UMD.