Aperio’s DEI Journey by Kirsten Meder May 27, 2021
Over the last year, Aperio has noted an increased interest in clients wanting to align their investments with their values around diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and racial justice issues. Much of the data tied to DEI and racial justice issues is based on ...
Aperio’s DEI Journey by Mark Bateman December 15, 2020
Until January 20, 2021, Condoleezza Rice will have been the highest-ranking African American woman to serve in the executive branch of the US government, having served as secretary of state from 2005 to 2009. With Kamala Harris’ assumption of the vice presidency...
Aperio’s DEI Journey by Mark Bateman & Nancy Malik November 9, 2020
As many of you likely have seen on our website, Aperio is Latin for “to make clear, to reveal the truth.” We looked in Google translate and found a definition we like even better: “disclose to view.” Aperio has always been a proponent of transparency...
Aperio’s DEI Journey by Patrick Geddes October 27, 2020
In June, we posted our “Statement on Racism” and said that we were developing plans on what Aperio could do to help move toward racial justice. Through these blogs, we’re sharing our journey...
Aperio’s DEI Journey by Mark Bateman June 16, 2020
The national dialogue on racial inequality brought about by the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers has resulted in more questions from Aperio’s clients: How can we reflect our concerns about racial inequality in our investments?...
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