Women fund managers outperform men — but are still paid less


Female fund managers consistently outperform their male counterparts, according to figures which suggest there is entrenched sexism in the City.

Hedge funds run by women grew nearly twice as fast as the industry average in the past year, while female managers have also outperformed male managers over three, five and ten years.

Despite this, only one in 20 hedge funds employs female managers, and the overwhelming majority of top earners at the biggest hedge funds are men.

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