Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper DealBook | DealBook Briefing: Investors May Be Overlooking Their Own Discrimination DealBook Supported by Dec. 11, 2018 Good Tuesday. Want this by email? Sign up here . Investors think they hand out money fairly. Not so, a new report says. A Morgan Stanley survey of 101 investors and 168 bank loan officers indicates that although investors believe their financing decisions are balanced, in reality they are highly skewed: • Nearly 80 percent said they think minority and women business owners get either the appropriate amount of capital or more, considering what their business models suggest they deserve. • The median investment by equity investors in all businesses is nearly $1 million. For those owned by women, it’s just $213,000. And for minority-owned companies, it’s $185,000. A big problem: getting in the door. Investors are nearly three times as likely to review business opportunities pitched by men “very frequently” as those pitched by women — even though men are only 1.5 times more likely to own a business. • Investors could do more to change the dynamic. Of those polled, nearly 40 percent of men… Read full this story
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