Gender bias is alive and well in the financial advisory industry, and though eliminating it will be a monumental effort, everyone can play a role to ensure that aspiring women advisers thrive.
The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards' Women's Initiative held a seminar in New York City on Tuesday morning at which new research was discussed that brings to light the hurdles that continue to plague female financial advisers. Though 72% of women with the CFP certification are satisfied with their careers, based on a survey of 262 female CFP[® professionals] by Fondulas Strategic Research, the qualitative research shows that women face biases and discrimination at the workplace. Read more >
By Darla Mercado
April 24, 2014