Sallie Krawcheck of 85 Broads made news recently by announcing her collaboration with PAX World to set up a mutual fund that invests in companies run by women, based on research findings that when there are more women at the top, financial performance is enhanced.
The business case for more female financial planners is still emerging. Some believe that as women clients continue to acquire wealth, they will also be asking for women advisors. Others believe that having more women leaders in financial planning firms generally enhances creativity and team productivity.
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