Getting more women into the financial-advice industry requires removing their own doubts about the industry and combating the gender bias prevalent at wealth-management firms, according to the CFP Board.
The organization released its findings about how to accomplish those goals at an April 22 event in New York convened as part of its Women’s Initiative, or WIN. Launched last May, the initiative seeks to identify why so few women join the profession, recommend ways to increase their ranks and conduct campaigns addressing what WIN is calling the “feminine famine.” Read more >
Financial Advisor IQ
By Chris Latham
April 23, 2014