FSP Hosts Its Fifth Annual Summit

Chicago Area Financial Services Industry Leaders Convene at 5th Annual Summit, October 19, 2018

Reflecting Chicago’s Diversity

At FSP, we introduce Latinos and African Americans to opportunities in Chicago’s financial services industry.

Professionals in the Industry

Learn more about professionals in the financial services industry.

2019 Intern Career Conference

6th Annual Intern Career Conference – July 11th, 2019

Sign Up

Make yourself visible to member firm hiring managers, who are looking for diverse talent at all levels.

Courageous Conversations

Understanding privilege and becoming a better ally.

2018 Annual Report

Learn about Financial Services Careers

Our Careers Toolkit offers resources for candidates and advisors alike.

Find Career and Internship Opportunities

Our Member firms are committed to diverse and inclusive work environments–and looking for talent just like you!

Make Yourself Visible

Get your resume and interest in front of recruiters and hiring managers within our network of firms in the industry.

Our Research

Bridging the Diversity Gap

We are committed to diversity and inclusion in the Chicago area financial services industry.


Member Firm Testimonial

Dr. Helene Gayle

President and CEO,
Chicago Community Trust

“FSP shows what is possible when we work across private, non-profit and public sector to create positive social change. FSP members believe that diversity is core to their business success and are putting that belief into action.

Member Firm Testimonial

Matt Feldman

President and CEO,
Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago

“I believe we are here to make a fundamental Difference.”

Member Firm Testimonial

John Rogers

Ariel Investments

“Baseball became a better sport once Jackie Robinson started to play. There‘s no question that diverse talent helps teams win. To create a more winning culture within your organization, search broadly and include women and people of color.”

Research Partner Testimonial

Alina Polonskaya


“It’s hard to Change People but we can Change Processes.”