While the industry recognizes that advisers must be drawn from a larger, more diverse pool, thus far it has done little to hold itself accountable for change. To effect change and address the lack of diversity, male and female leaders will have to acknowledge and address the problem of gender bias, the leaky pipeline for women’s career advancement, and the need to attract more women to the profession. This new State Street Global Advisors and InvestmentNews research paper identifies calls to action that can help firms implement sustainable change and facilitate inclusivity.
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Women in advice: inspiring the next generation of financial advisers
December 19, 20172017-12-19
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