A Network of Diverse Investment Managers

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Mission

The Association of Asian American Investment Managers (AAAIM) is a national 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to increasing diversity and inclusion in the investment management industry, serving as a powerful voice for the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Our goal is to elevate underrepresented groups through education, networking, and empowerment.

Good Workers — Not Leaders: Unconscious Biases That Stall AAPI Advancement

For many Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, what some have called the “bamboo ceiling” is a daily obstacle. It manifests itself in regular microaggressions — co-workers who always confuse Asian Americans on staff because they “look alike” or a manager who expects an AAPI professional to play the role of “model minority,” stereotypically shy or demure. 

AAAIM is proud to announce our charity partner, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is leading the way the world understands, treats, and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Because the majority of St. Jude funding comes from generous donors, St. Jude has the freedom to focus on what matters most – saving kids regardless of their financial situation.

What We Do

Serve as a powerful voice for
AAPI Investment Managers

Cultivate and support the
entrepreneurial spirit of
AAPI Emerging Leaders

Foster an inclusive network that supports broad capital access and wealth creation for underrepresented groups

Membership Benefits

As a 501 (c)(3) non-profit trade association, AAAIM exists thanks to the energy and contributions of its members.

Show your support and join us today.

Corporate Membership

Be a part of an exclusive network of investment firms committed to AAAIM’s mission and creating new business.

Individual Membership

Connect with other like-minded professionals dedicated to diversity and inclusion.

Opening Doors of Opportunity for
AAPI Investment Managers

of the total U.S. population are AAPI, and the fastest-growing of any other racial group.

of firms are owned by AAPI.

of AUM is held by AAPI owned firms.

AAPI-sponsored funds perform better than or equal to non-AAPI owned funds.

I believe lifting up AAPI community and embracing our spirit of entrepreneurship will elevate our society and strengthen the asset management field.

Sanjiv K. Shah
Board Co-Chair

AAPI community has come a long way but our journey for full economic inclusion is yet to be achieved.

Brenda Chia
Board Co-Chair

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News & Research

Majority of Asian American Investment Managers Continue to Face Discrimination and Biases, According to AAAIM Survey

65% of survey respondents say that structural racism has been a moderate or serious problem in their careers September 14 (San Francisco, California): The Association of Asian American Investment Managers (AAAIM) today released its new report: “Good Workers – Not...

Good Workers — Not Leaders: Unconscious Biases That Stall AAPI Advancement

For many Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, what some have called the “bamboo ceiling” is a daily obstacle. It manifests itself in regular microaggressions — co-workers who always confuse Asian Americans on staff because they “look alike” or a manager who expects...

AAAIM High Emerging Leaders in Investment (ELI) Podcast Celebrates Its Silver Anniversary!

CEO, Jim Park interviews AAAIM High ELI podcast creator, host, and Board Member, Johnny Wu   Question - Johnny, Congrats on your 25th AAAIM High Podcast! What has been the most rewarding part of hosting this podcast? Johnny: I've been an avid podcast listener for...

Industry Partners

Stop Violence Against AAPI Community

 

 Stand with AAAIM to Stop AAPI-Targeted Hate Crimes and Discrimination

Jim Park, CEO Interviews John Yang, Executive Director and President of Asian Americans Advancing Justice

Together We Can Make a Difference