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ING/Voya boosts female adviser head count past industry average
The firm has boosted female adviser head count past industry average over the past eight years through successful networking and mentoring programs.
3 lessons female advisers can learn from Lauren Bacall
Hollywood legend Lauren Bacall died last week at age 89. When I heard the news, I took a moment to remember her work on the screen, her life behind the scenes and how she had a profound impact on me as a young girl. I first heard about Lauren Bacall — as most of us did — by watching the classic
Female clients' unique approach to investing
Female clients think about investing differently, with focuses ranging from retirement to impact investing, and it's up to advisers to meet them on common ground. More: The Women and Investing special report
Advising women through transitions
The Following is an edited version of a webcast on female investors held July 22. It was moderated by Mary Beth Franklin, contributing editor at InvestmentNews, and deputy editor Greg Crawford. The panelists were Susan Bradley, Kathleen Rehl and Justin Reckers.
Betting on women-led companies
The company's president and CEO talks about a new fund investing in firms with diverse leadership. Plus don't miss: Women and Investing special report
Lack of female advisers and female clients goes hand in hand
An InvestmentNews survey of 377 advisers finds that attracting female clients is more difficult without female advisers.
Advisers still struggle to attract women, IN survey shows
Women are focused on retirement issues, yet advisers don't always get their messages across.
Bill Gross disciple takes down the 'Bond King'
This edition of Breakfast with Benjamin covers Bill Gross getting beaten at his own game, the SEC's focus on liquid alt funds, Obama's attack on corporate inversions, and more.
Why advisers need to recalibrate their services for female clients
For many women, the subjects of money, investing, finances and the markets are secondary to family, health, community and personal passions.
How savvy financial advisers work with successful women
Advisers who have the patience, empathy and courage to sift through what matters most to powerful female clients can help them create a plan for success that's likely to make them clients for life.
Social Security: What professional women need to know
When Social Security was created in 1935, the typical American family had a working husband, a stay-at-home wife and a houseful of kids. Today, 40% of mothers are either the sole or primary source of income for their families — a figure that has nearly tripled since 1960.As women's role in the
When she earns more: Tips for working with couples
Mastering the right way to communicate with powerful women and their partners could be a boon to advisers' businesses.
Investing lessons from Lebron James
Breakfast with Benjamin: What bond investors can learn from Lebron James. Plus: Gold: It all depends on the Fed; commodities as a geopolitical hedge; investing in women; and golf stocks come up short.
Cetera advisers take their message to the small screen
Lifetime channel's “The Balancing Act” hosts discussion on managing money
Advisers need to be nurturers when helping a woman through life changes
Divorce and widowhood require sensitive communication and help in gaining confidence.