Sallie Krawcheck: How to Increase Your Firm’s Diversity
Hiring multicultural advisors is good for clients and firms, an Edward Jones Survey found. But how do you cultivate diversity? Sallie Krawcheck offers concrete steps.
Krawcheck Warns Investors in Big Banks to Be Wary
The former wealth management executive questions the underlying earning power of major banks, while expressing optimism for improving margins in wealth management.
What to Look for in Bank Stocks
Two portfolio managers at Causeway Capital Management are salvaging undervalued assets amid the wreckage in the bruised banking sector.
Krawcheck, Blayney: Top Financial Mistakes Women Keep Making
Women’s biggest mistake is actually being too cautious, says CFP Board's Eleanor Blayney. Sallie Krawcheck listed several others.
Don’t You Worry Your Pretty Little Head
I watch “Mad Men” as much for the anthropological intrigue as I do the storyline. The treatment of women in the workplace, of course, seems offensively quaint. Fast-forward 50 years and they’re exacting their (well-deserved) revenge.
The Key to Attracting More Female Clients
Drop these lame stereotypes that drive women away, says RegentAtlantic’s Jane Newton.
BofA-Merrill Settles Gender Discrimination Suit for $39M
The lawsuit was filed in 2007 and involved about 4,800 current and former financial advisors.
Krawcheck, 85 Broads Push for More Women in Board Rooms
Former Merrill and Citigroup banker Sallie Krawcheck and 85 Broads are looking to use their leverage to gain more seats for women in corporate boardrooms.
Sallie Krawcheck: Beware of Bank Stocks
Large financial institutions remain bogged down in a lot of issues, which makes them risky, the veteran executive says.
What It Means to Be an Advisor
An outspoken group of top advisors convened at the Curian Conference in Chicago to sound off on everything from the political climate to women as a niche market to retirement income and behavior, and more.