Women in Planning

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Study Finds Few Female Fund Managers, A Challenge To Industry

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Women are under-represented among mutual fund managers, a new study found, a challenges for an industry looking to run more money from female clients.

One Of These Women May Win The Struggle To Run A Wall Street Firm

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The first woman to run a Wall Street firm could be a behavioral scientist, a mathematician or an engineer.

Krawcheck Offers Five Ways Financial Advisors Can Engage Women Investors

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Women control more wealth than ever before but are still being treated as a niche market, Sallie Krawcheck said at the Morningstar Investment Conference.

The Colony Group Forms Women's Program

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The first discussion of the new group focused on philanthropy.

Young And Determined, Former Morgan Stanley Advisor Runs For Congress

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In May, 24-year-old Lindy Li announced her candidacy for the U.S. House of Representatives out of Pennsylvania's Seventh District.

Study: Millennial Women More Likely To Feel Bias In Financial Careers

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Millennial women in the financial services are more likely to feel they are the victim of bias than their counterparts in other industries, according to a study released by PricewaterhouseCoopers on...

Confernce Aims To Create Women Financial Advisors

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The CFA Institute's Women in Investment Management Conference spurs attendees to reach out to other women, the organizers say.

Women Advisors Reach Out To Other Women

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Women financial advisors are continuing efforts to boost their numbers in a business in which they're underrepresented.

Film By Two Women Has Wall Street Talking

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"Equity," a movie about a female investment banker whose IPO is in jeopardy, is the product of interviews and meetings with dozens of former and current dealmakers.

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