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The world is flat — and some people like it that way

Change is hard, but these six wealth management trends won't wait.


Building dialogue with lawmakers to advance women’s careers

FSI members met with legislators who are members of a new House Financial Services subcommittee on diversity and inclusion.


Rich women increasingly call the shots, wealth heads say

Women control $14 trillion of assets in the U.S., but they're underserved by financial advisers, says Merrill's Sieg


What a man can learn by attending a women’s financial conference

Understanding the perspective and needs of women in the financial advice industry is an eye-opening experience.


Financial literacy could make advice more accessible to women of color

Industry leaders share their ideas at InvestmentNews Women to Watch think tank .


Women to Watch: Karen Schaeffer, Rachel Moran honored at fourth annual luncheon

22 women accepted awards for their outstanding work in the financial advice industry.


Firms can’t afford to ignore female clients

Holding women-only events and discussing 'fire-drill scenarios' with disengaged wives are two approaches firms could employ to connect with female clients.


Jefferies CEO won’t tolerate discrimination against female bankers by male colleagues

Referencing Bloomberg News story, Rich Handler says 'there's no excuse' for excluding women from social situations for fear of #MeToo movement.


Are you serious, Wall Street? A response to the #MeToo 'advice’ of men

Men worried about #MeToo repercussions should consider whether their after-hour activities and jokes are appropriate.


Q&A with Abigail Johnson and Kathleen Murphy of Fidelity Investments

The Fidelity CEO, along with the president of personal investing, discuss record earnings, allegations of sexual misconduct and the challenges facing a changing industry.


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