We are an equal opportunity employer. Our culture emphasizes mutual respect, acceptance, tolerance, and cooperation among all employees, regardless of age, gender, race, national or ethnic origin, physical abilities, religious beliefs, or sexual orientation. We believe that understanding and valuing diversity not only helps our employees to develop as individuals, but also greatly enhances our ability to serve a diverse global client base. In short, we believe diversity makes Acadian a stronger company and a more rewarding place to work for all.
The Four Pillars
“It's not enough to merely appreciate and embrace differences. We also need to uphold equitable values, even when it’s the less familiar path…especially when it’s the less familiar path. As business leaders, we must commit to promoting professional growth with ample opportunity for all, and particularly for those who have not benefited from the same systemic supports many of us have enjoyed throughout our careers.”
– Ross Dowd, co-CEO
Inclusiveness in practice
Over the years, our team has grown and evolved, and today there are nearly 30 different cultures represented across our firm. Inclusivity and collaboration are paramount to our success, as is transparency in discussing where we can do better. We know that diversity across our team leads us to stronger dialogue and advantages in innovating as a business, and we are committed to a continued focus on opening more doors as we look to the future.
The Observation Deck
Kelly Young discusses our organizational focus on Diversity and Inclusion
“As we know well at Acadian, behavioral finance shows clear evidence of cognitive biases, and this applies to personal interactions as much as it does to investing.” Acadian’s Kelly Young on diversity and inclusion in the industry, and Acadian’s approach to foster real progress.Read More
The Observation Deck
In a new piece for International Women’s Day, CMO Kelly Young assesses the toll this past year has taken on women in the workplace and the challenges—both old and new—the pandemic has underscored. Kelly also provides some reasons for optimism as we look ahead to brighter days.Read More
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“As a quantitative firm, we like evidence. And we are convinced by the research that shows that cognitively diverse teams make better decisions.” – John Chisholm, co-CEO