This week we talk with Rachel Freeman, Adasina’s director of investor services, about what it means to build a bridge between social justice organizations and the capital markets.
We also touch on issues like:
- Ending forced arbitration for sexual harassment, which have historically been left out of the ESG equation.
- Starting a new investment fund as a minority and queer-led firm.
- Why Adasina decided to start an ETF instead of a data company.
After discussing the peculiar difficulties Adasina encountered when starting a new investment firm, Rachel mentioned some allocator-oriented suggestions to make their due diligence process less onerous for startup managers, which are available here: https://www.duediligencecommitment.com/