Access Denied: Representation

Access Denied: Representation

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By Tobias SalingerMaddy Perkins

November 23, 2020 9:00 AM

3 Min Read

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The lack of Black representation in the financial services stems from two interconnected problems. Black professionals face significant hurdles once they break into the industry. And the presence of nearly 175,000 Black financial professionals displays that their widespread absence at the upper executive ranks isn’t a product of an insufficient talent pool.

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