Seen and Heard: Get the Word Out to Get Women In the Industry
A 2012 report by the European Commission found companies with a gender-diverse board had a 42% higher return in sales, 66% greater return on invested capital and 53% higher return on equity.
Get the Word Out to Get Women In; Blending Active and Passive Strategies: October Investment Advisor Features—Slideshow
For our second annual women’s issue, Investment Advisor spoke with several female executives and business owners for an inside look at the state of women in the industry.
How to Make Your Value Pitch Truly Unique
Kim Dellarocca of Pershing shows how a few wording tweaks to a value proposition can help advisors differentiate themselves and attract more clients.
4 Secrets to a Value Proposition That Lands Clients
Most investors say advisors all sound alike, Pershing found. Here's how to make your value proposition — your first impression — a memorable one.
A New Hope
In the individual video interviews I conducted with the leaders of the 2014 Broker-Dealers of the Year, I asked what advice they’d give to a college student considering a career in the financial advice field.
Tibergien Shares Push at INSITE
Mark Tibergien says there's a fairly straightforward way for financial advisors to both improve their business and that of the broader industry, while getting more Americans to improve their financial health: Boost financial literacy.
Pershing Poll: Advisors Optimistic but Struggling With Client Communication
While advisors say they are more satisfied and successful than ever, they have room to improve when it comes to social media.
10 Steps to Becoming a Multigenerational Advisor: Pershing
If you wait until the moment of asset transfer to reach out to heirs, it will be too late, Pershing's Kim Dellarocca warns.
Looming Advisor Shortage Demands New Training Approach
Steve Johnson and other talent mavens aim to change training of millennials, who respond to different methods than prior generations.
Pershing Hopes ‘CSI Effect’ for Women Translates to Wall Street
With the right "counterstereotypes," women are more likely to assume positions of power in industries dominated by men, Kim Delarocca of Pershing says.