The Trillion-Dollar Blind Spot
While most investors perceive the funding landscape as balanced, their actual investments in multicultural and women-owned businesses are highly skewed. See by just how much.
"At Morgan Stanley, we connect capital to ideas so that businesses can grow, new products can be created, and communities can thrive. Even in today’s well developed markets, access to capital is uneven, and investors miss opportunities to fund potentially successful ventures in underserved populations. Through our inclusive access and opportunity initiative, we aim to help broaden access to capital for multicultural and female innovators, and spotlight others who are succeeding in investing in this space.”
- James P. Gorman, Chairman and CEO, Morgan Stanley
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