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Morgan Stanley's Seema Hingorani Wants More Women In Finance. What She Would Do.

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April 16, 2021

 
 

Seema Hingorani talks to Barron’s about the dearth of women in investment management, why it has been so hard to change the face of the industry and what more is needed. 

 

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