Top Women in Wealth

2011 50 Top Women in Wealth

AdvisorOne's annual listing of the most influential, accomplished women in and around wealth management.

The 50 Top Women in Wealth for 2011
The spectrum of expertise exhibited by this year's honorees shows that women can be successful in every sphere of wealth management.

The 50 Top Women in Wealth: The 2011 Honorees
From the Capital to capital management; from Wall St. to Main St., the power and influence of women in wealth management is growing. Our annual list.

The 50 Top Women in Wealth for 2011: The Process
Nominations from the community and discussions among the elite of the industry led to this year's list of honorees.

Why a List of the 50 Top Women in Wealth?
Recognizing accomplished women in and around wealth management is both appropriate and important.

The 2011 50 Top Women in Wealth Profiles
Quick-hitting, self-submitted profiles of all 50 Top Women in Wealth for 2011, along with photos, links and what they say about themselves and what they consider their unique value propositions.

50 Top Women in Wealth 2011: Extended Profiles Calendar
In-depth looks at the accomplishments and influence of some key members of an already elite group. In week three, we focus on those women who provide wealth management through family offices, RIA firms and independent BDs: Margaret Starner, Cheryl Holland, Marilyn Capelli Dimitroff, and Rebecca Pomering.

Women & Wealth Report

Advisors: Clients' Gender Clue to Understanding Financial Behavior
Savita Iyer-Ahrestani, AdvisorOne | July 25, 2011
Whether or not they believe that men are from Mars and women are from Venus, financial advisors who want to better understand their clients' financial behavior could be well-served to take gender into account.

Advisors Helping Advisors Finding the Work-Life Balance
Angie Herbers | July 20, 2011
A gender gap in financial knowledge signals opportunities for advisors with a group whose control of wealth is growing. The issue explained; strategies suggested.