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In the most diverse state in America, the 10 largest insurers do shockingly little business with suppliers owned by people of color. Insurers buy huge amounts of goods and services in California – over $23 billion in 2014 alone –… Continue reading
The banks with the largest market share in California do little contracting with businesses owned by people of color and women, Greenlining’s analysis finds. In a review of data from 2014, Greenlining found that these top banks did just 4.42… Continue reading
Section 342 of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act created Offices of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWIs) in the nation’s top financial regulatory agencies, hoping to ensure that these agencies better represent and connect diversity to beneficial policy outcomes for communities of color. Greenlining analyzed… Continue reading
Despite a congressional mandate to pay more attention to diversity within federal financial regulatory agencies, Greenlining found that these agencies generally lack diversity at executive and upper management levels and often lack the systems needed to track progress. Greenlining examined… Continue reading