Summary List PlacementPension funds, university endowments, foundations, and insurance companies control a combined $70 trillion in assets — and the majority of people managing that massive money pile are white, male, or both. That reality was thrown into sharp relief after George Floyd's murder by a police officer in the summer of 2020. The killing sparked nationwide protests and prompted numerous corporate CEOs, including BlackRock's Larry Fink and JPMorgan Chase's Jamie Dimon, to vow to do better when it came to diversifying their ranks and promoting equity.
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