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Is there a skills gap in ESG investing?

Demand for ESG expertise is outstripping supply. Investment firms would be well advised to develop a recruitment and retention strategy specific to ESG, and many are already doing exactly that, reveal The Buy-Side Club’s Emma Wallis and Sarah Dudney,…

Changing industry, changing skill-set

Professional Investor magazine interviews The Buy-Side Club’s Sarah Dudney around the changing skill set in the investment industry.

The tortoise and the bear….

The Buy-Side Club looks at the year ahead, examines market forecasts, and evaluates this year’s major investment trends.

How to become more client centric in 2019

The Buy-Side Club’s Sarah Dudney spoke with IGNITES EUROPE about asset managers building a more client-centric culture, and how this trend is being baked into the recruitment process.

How to return to your old firm without creating enemies

Sarah Dudney, Client Partner at The Buy-Side Club was quoted in an IGNITES EUROPE article on investment professionals returning to their former firms.

When to break free from your work clique

The Buy-Side Club’s Philip Darling and Sarah Dudney talked to IGNITES EUROPE about investment professionals who stick with the same teams throughout their careers.

Asset managers shake up interviews to lure talent

The Buy-Side Club Ltd’s Caroline Elsdon shared her insights with IGNITES EUROPE on how the interview process for asset management professionals is changing.

Taking the helm: why asset management bosses are getting the top jobs

The Buy-Side Club Ltd’s Sarah Dudney talks to the Financial Times FTfm‘s Owen Walker about common characteristics among asset management chiefs who have been promoted to run their entire companies.

The Diversity Project’s Top Tips for Returners

Published in the first issue of The Diversity Project’s e-newsletter, Sarah Dudney of The Buy-Side Club gives top tips for returning professionals to showcase their CVs to investment industry employers.

The Big Recalibration: How Can Investment Pros Stay Viable?

Published in CFA Institute blog and written by Maha Khan Phillips with contributions from Sarah Dudney and Emma Wallis of The Buy-Side Club

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