Three Ways for Firms To Win More Female Financial Advisors
Women make up just 35.1% of all personal financial advisors, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistic. In this article, Kate Healy, the former managing director of the CFP Board's Center for Financial Planning, and Michelle Barry, the president of Rockville, Maryland-based wealth management firm Grove Point Financial offer advice on how to attract female talent. They advise firms to: market the work as relationship-centered; help male advisors see the value of a female presence on teams and advertise flexibility.
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