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Diversity and Inclusion at the Top: Training

Date & time
Monday, March 8, 2021
12 p.m. – 1 p.m.

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Speaker(s)

Célia Coulibaly, Investment Associate, Manulife Investment Management

Cost

This event is free

Where

Online

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About the Event

This Learning Lab will focus on racial and gender diversity in Canadian Financial Sector. Our guest speaker, Célia Coulibaly, will cover this topic from two angles: the social factor perspective in ESG analysis and the perspective of an employee of the investment management team.

Reasons to attend

  • Discover various strategies used by Canadian Financial institutions that intend to promote diversity and inclusion.
  • Learn about tools and initiatives used by Manulife Investment Management to promote racial and gender diversity.
  • Familiarize with the diversity assessment metrics in ESG analysis.

Audience

  • Professionals from all sectors, with an interest in the topic

About the Speakers

Célia Coulibaly, Investment Associate, Manulife Investment Management


Be part of the Diversity and Inclusion at the Top — Training! 


Series Overview

This series will focus on various strategies and tactics to advance towards racial diversity and inclusion in the workforce especially at the higher levels and the boards.  


Aggregated Resources

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