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The Push To Diversify U.S. Banks And Financial Institutions10:44Download

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The "Fearless Girl" statue opposite the "Charging Bull" statue in New York is part of an effort to the need for more women on corporate boards. Funded by Boston-based State Street Global Advisors, an inscription at the base reads, "Know the power of women in leadership. She makes a difference." (Bebeto Matthews/AP)MoreCloseclosemore
The "Fearless Girl" statue opposite the "Charging Bull" statue in New York is part of an effort to the need for more women on corporate boards. Funded by Boston-based State Street Global Advisors, an inscription at the base reads, "Know the power of women in leadership. She makes a difference." (Bebeto Matthews/AP)

Women, on average nationally, make about 79 cents for every dollar a man makes. But in the financial sector, the gap yawns even wider than that — 61 cents on the dollar.

There's a movement afoot to change that. Advocates are pushing for radical salary transparency in some of the nation's largest banks.

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Natasha Lamb, managing partner at Arjuna Capital, which focuses on sustainable and social impact investing. She tweets @nllamb.

This segment aired on March 29, 2017.

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