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IMDDA Releases Inaugural Sexual Harrasment Survey Results

Nearly 90 percent of investors do not inquire about sexual harassment during fund manager due diligence, and three quarters would still consider an investment with a fund manager who has had issues with sexual harassment in the past, according to a survey released today by the Investment Management Due Diligence Association (IMDDA). Titled Us Too: A Due Diligence Survey and Analysis on the Current State of Sexual Harassment in the Investment Management Industry, the report spotlights how institutional fund investors need to do a better job of identifying and handling sexual harassment concerns at the investment management firms that they allocate...