InvestmentNews Research and Advisor Group launched a study which identified clear contrasts in how women advisers operate their firms, view their roles as advisers, and are ultimately growing their businesses relative to their male adviser counterparts. This research paper highlights both these differences and defines the unique impact, or the “female effect,” that women can have on the performance of an advisory firm. By identifying these elements, we aim to provide enhanced visibility into the complementary skill sets and strategies that could drive the future success of financial advisory firms.
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Defining the ‘Female Effect’ on Advice
May 08, 20182018-05-08
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