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For the sake of our retirement savings, it's time to reform the investment management boys' club

  • Written by Sarah Oxenbridge, Research Fellow, University of Sydney Business School, University of Sydney
For the sake of our retirement savings, it's time to reform the investment management boys' clubWomen in investment management report an "ingrained" culture of sexism. This includes stereotyped views of women being best suited to administrative roles.Shutterstock

Australians have A$2.6 trillion in superannuation assets. We conducted a study of Australian women who influence or make decisions about how these assets are invested. Research shows...

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