The DEI strategy of BlackRock – Forced Behaviour

So it started to get curious when I saw this during an interview of the CEO of BlackRock (Larry Fink). Forced Behaviour. DealBook 2017 conference starting from 27:46.

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As of June 6, 2023, BlackRock has 5,474 investments. This number includes both direct investments and investments made through BlackRock’s various funds. The majority of BlackRock’s investments are in equities, but the company also has significant investments in fixed income, real estate, and alternative assets. BlackRock’s investments are spread across a wide range of industries and countries, and the company is one of the largest investors in the world.

Let’s look at their annual report. Use control F and search for DEI.

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So forced behaviour and a DEI strategy in place with over 5,000 investment including popular brands like: Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Tesla, Alphabet, Meta, Johnson & Johnson, Walmart and Berkshire Hathaway.

Then another crucial question: does BlackRock have signed agreements with governments (page 38).

The Company advises global financial institutions,
regulators, and government entities across a range of risk,
regulatory, capital markets and strategic services. Fees
earned for advisory services, which are included in
advisory and other revenue, are determined using fixed-
rate fees and are recognized over time as the related
services are completed.

So is fair to say that impressionable civil servants will obey the Forced Behaviour DEI strategy from BlackRocK?

So this maybe explains the extreme (racial) inclusiveness behaviour and content all around the world…