Do quotas belong in financial services?

Jenny Josling,  managing director,  Orbis Investments (Australia)

Our society has made massive leaps forward in terms of gender equality, but there’s still a way to go in the financial services sector. Jenny Josling, Managing Director of Orbis Investments (Australia), shares her perspective how to move forward, how she uses positive structuring to get the best from her employees, and how quotas could help.

 


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