The Diversity Project is launching the “first-of-its-kind” Future Female Fund Managers Programme in a bid to “move the dial” on diversity.

The industry-wide collaboration will seek to address the under-representation of women in fund management, highlighting how results have “so far been disappointing”.

As it stands, just one in ten portfolio managers are women, according to Morningstar.

The Diversity Project said it is aiming to double this number by 2026 through targeted interventions addressing industry-specific challenges.

Europe leads the way in gender diversity at board level

Through the Future Female Fund Managers Programme, it will seek to help more women succeed in careers in fund management by emphasising the skills needed “beyond technical competence”, complementing the existing CFA qualification.

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