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The independent broker-dealers with the most female advisers

Breaking down the gender divide at IBDs as of 2014

Apr 29, 2015 @ 12:01 am

By InvestmentNews Data and Ellie Zhu

The data collected from 41 independent broker-dealers as part of InvestmentNews' Top Independent Broker-Dealers of 2015 special report sheds light on where the industry stands in its push to recruit more female advisers.

The space is male-dominated, but some broker-dealers have come close to having 30% of producing female reps on staff.

See below for how the gender divide looked in 2014 compared to 2013, as well as a ranking of the five firms that have the highest percentage of female reps. Plus, get more insight on the indie B-D landscape in our full special report.

Producing reps, gender breakdown by year
20142013       Female       Male
Note: 2014 data based on 41 firms that provided data; 2013 data based on 40 firms that provided data
Firms with the highest percentage of female advisers in 2014
For complete Data go to: InvestmentNews.com/bddata
Note: Based on 41 firms that provided gender breakdown with a minimum of 350 producing reps

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