Raymond James Program Grooms Associates for Advisor Roles
After a pilot program, the firm says it will look to train additional client assistants to boost the number of female reps.
Women-Owned Advisory Firms Need to Play Catch-Up
Between 1997 and 2013, the number of women-owned firms increased by 59%. But most female advisors still work for an existing firm.
Women’s Work: Women’s Role in the Industry
The future of the financial services industry, as it seeks to better itself in an ever-changing regulatory landscape, could hinge on a resource that is already present but largely ignored: women.
Women Entering Executive Suites, Board Rooms at Halting Pace
Women and companies must step up their commitment to change, according to the 11th annual Women on Boards report, released by Philadelphia-based The Forum of Executive Women.
Why a List of the 50 Top Women in Wealth?
Recognizing accomplished women in and around wealth management is both appropriate and important.
Financial education and a commitment to community and professional development define the goals of women who participated in Wealth Manager's 2009 Women in Wealth Management Survey.