Female fund managers outperformed men during the Covid-19 turmoil

Funds and investment departments having one or more women in the portfolio management group have performed better than funds solely run by men, as stated in a Goldman Sachs report.


A new analysis from US investment bank Goldman Sachs shows that funds with one or more women in their investment teams have managed better this year than funds run solely by men, as reported by the news weekly Finans.

According to the bank, data from 496 US mutual funds shows that teams managed by women on average are only 0.6 percent below their benchmark this year, whereas male-lead teams are 1.60 percent behind the benchmark.

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