March 21, 2016 | Runtime: 2:04
When Erica McGinnis of AIG looks around at a major meeting with regulators and sees that 12 of the 15 executives in the room are women, she isn't surprised, but she does appreciate that change is happening.
March 21, 2016 | Runtime: 2:21
Women in financial services can learn a lot from Col. Jill Morgenthaler. She spent decades on the battlefields of Bosnia and Iraq and offers three lessons that work in any sector.
March 21, 2016 | Runtime: 2:18
Amy Webber of Cambridge says her earliest mentor taught her the best way to avoid the glass ceiling. Check out how she's always continued to rise and learn how Cambridge is attracting more women into the profession and keeping them on track.
March 18, 2016 | Runtime: 2:14
Despite recent success, only 2% of mutual funds are managed by women, according to Morningstar. Schwab's Marie Chandoha says more women are joining the industry, but fewer are progressing into senior leadership. How is Schwab working to fix that?
March 18, 2016 | Runtime: 2:29
The notion women only want to be mentored by other women is ridiculous, according to Trisha Miller of W.P Carey. She explains how strong male mentors, many of whom want their own daughters to have avenues for success, are changing their behaviors.
March 18, 2016 | Runtime: 2:34
Women control $11.2 trillion in investable assets, but most don't work with a financial adviser. Andrea Turner Moffitt explains how "gender smarts" can help fix that.
March 18, 2016 | Runtime: 2:40
To get the best talent, firms need to attract a diverse pool of executives. Hollie Fagan of BlackRock explains what her firm is doing to stay a step ahead.
February 24, 2016 | Runtime: 1:45
Investors can better access the expertise that meets their needs when retirement plans are designed in tiers according to levels of financial knowledge, according to Chip Castille, chief retirement strategist at BlackRock.
February 24, 2016 | Runtime: 2:24
Target date funds are now the go-to option in defined contribution plans, says Chip Castille, chief retirement strategist at BlackRock. Advisers need to ask if these funds add something to a portfolio and if they do so in a cost-efficient manner.
February 23, 2016 | Runtime: 2:20
Retirees arenít keeping up with their LTC premiums as their incomes fall. The solution, according to Teresa Ghilarducci, professor of economics at The New School for Social Research, is for advisers to advocate for coverage become more universal.