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On Friday, February 17, Kweku Obed will be speaking at the 20th Annual Wall Street Project Economic Summit in New York.
Joined by a panel of investment professionals, Kweku will be speaking on the topic of pension plans and asset management in the labor industry. The panel will discuss efforts to increase representation and engagement of women- and minority-owned asset management firms in managing Taft-Hartley pension funds.
Founded in 1996 by Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. and the Citizen Education Fund, the Wall Street Project advocates promoting inclusion, opportunity and economic growth within public and private industries.
For more information, please visit the Wall Street Project website.
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