DiscoverThe ESG AgendaRacism is a sustainability problem, with Jacqueline Taiwo, Principal and Associate GC Europe, TowerBrook, and Chair and Co-Founder of Black Women in Asset Management
Racism is a sustainability problem, with Jacqueline Taiwo, Principal and Associate GC Europe, TowerBrook,  and Chair and Co-Founder of Black Women in Asset Management

Racism is a sustainability problem, with Jacqueline Taiwo, Principal and Associate GC Europe, TowerBrook, and Chair and Co-Founder of Black Women in Asset Management

Update: 2020-12-18
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Systemic racism leaves money on the table. That’s what Jacqueline Taiwo, Co-Founder of Black Women in Asset Management tells Amelia in this personal episode , which discusses the toll of being “the only”, the investment risk that racism poses to companies, and how closing the racial wealth gap could add trillions to US GDP. 

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Racism is a sustainability problem, with Jacqueline Taiwo, Principal and Associate GC Europe, TowerBrook,  and Chair and Co-Founder of Black Women in Asset Management

Racism is a sustainability problem, with Jacqueline Taiwo, Principal and Associate GC Europe, TowerBrook, and Chair and Co-Founder of Black Women in Asset Management

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