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In Conversation with Jane Welsh

Jane began her investment career in 1982 at London Business School where she marketed investment analysis tools. She moved to Russell in 1984 as their first full-time manager researcher before joining Watsons (now Willis Towers Watson) in 1992 to advise institutional investors on strategy, portfolio construction, manager selection and monitoring.

Why is Diversity Important?

Good decision-making in any organisation rests upon good governance. In other words, it’s about ensuring the right people are around the table to debate ideas and challenge views which have been put forward in order to come to a decision in a robust manner.

Aviva Investors launches maternity coaching programme

Aviva investors launches maternity coaching programme to attract, retain and nurture talent.

Aviva Investors fully supports The Diversity Project’s efforts to promote greater inclusiveness in the investment industry. We believe that gender diversity is important for morale, productivity and performance across our business.

The need for Diversity

If we are to understand the world around us, to make reliable financial decisions for our clients and  to do so in the context of the societies and economies within which we operate, we need to bring to the task a diversity of mindset and approach.

Women in Finance at Legal & General

Legal & General is pleased to be involved with initiatives like the Diversity Project and the Women in Finance Charter and have set a target to increase the representation of women in middle to senior management roles from a level of 35% to 40% by the end of 2017.

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