This investment manager is looking to bridge the racial wealth gap


Jim Casselberry, Known

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Black people in America won their personal freedom 158 years ago. Economic freedom, though, has been far more elusive.

Veteran portfolio manager Jim Casselberry is trying to do something about that, using his four decades of investing experience to help bridge the gap for people of color and the Indigenous population.

“We have to do better and we have to do better by getting the capital in the right people’s hands,” Casselberry said in a recent interview. “What we want to do is be able to help them stand up and use the talent and the opportunity and the skills that they have.”

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