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Our partnerships

Invesco supports partnerships that promote financial inclusion and literacy, with a focus on underserved communities, so that more people can learn important personal finance skills and achieve financial stability. We do this through several key initiatives.

Equity Collective

At the end of 2021, we began a collaboration with 26 other wealth and asset management firms to implement the Equity Collective—a multiyear commitment that focuses on building a pool of interested and qualified high school students from underserved communities to pursue careers in the financial sector. This outreach involves key sponsorships with Team IMPACT, HIVE Diversity and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, with programs geared toward raising awareness about our industry and increasing access for young talent in our field.

Students participating in Equity Collective program

Rock The Street, Wall Street

Rock The Street, Wall Street supports financial literacy for high school girls by providing programming focused on investing and budgeting—and by connecting students and female finance professionals through mentorships. Through our corporate sponsorship, 71 female executives from across Invesco’s investment, strategy, marketing, distribution and real estate teams lead weekly, classroom-based workshops with girls at high schools in Houston, Atlanta and New York.

On average, alumnae of the program have shown a 78 percent increase in financial and investment literacy. In addition, one in four alumnae go on to pursue degrees or professions in the areas of finance, economics or related business fields.

Group of Rock The Street, Wall Street students at Stuyvesant High School in New York City

Junior Achievement

We partner with Junior Achievement of Georgia (JA) to provide a dynamic learning experience designed to enhance students’ financial literacy and build skills for personal and professional success. Invesco now has an interactive storefront in JA BizTown, one of two simulations located within the JA Chick-fil-A Foundation Discovery Center in Atlanta. JA BizTown gives sixth graders the opportunity to interact within a simulated economy and take on the challenge of fueling a business. The students not only discover the intricacies of being a professional member of the community, but also the abundance of opportunities available within their city.

Ribbon cutting for new Junior Achievement Georgia BizTown Invesco storefront

100 Black Men of America

100 Black Men of America (100 BMOA) is recognized as the nation’s top African American-led mentoring organization. In 2022, Invesco QQQ partnered with 100 BMOA and the organization’s Collegiate 100 Atlanta Chapter to host an event that was designed to inspire and educate local college students around the importance of building a strong financial education foundation. Over 100 students from across four HBCUs joined Invesco QQQ for an engaging conversation and post-event reception headlined by NCAA® legend Grant Hill, historically Black colleges and universities (HBCU) alumnus Justin Lawson, Invesco’s Ron Robertson and moderated by Turner Sports and Amazon NFL reporter, Taylor Rooks.

Attendees at NCAA and 100 Black Men of Atlanta program


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