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More than 100 individuals were named on the short list for awards in 16 categories; the winners will be announced on Sept. 9.
Miami-based Green Grove Wealth Management is affiliating with Insigneo.
Rothschild made a quiet exit from the firm as Apex beefs up its leadership team with a new chief technology and chief marketing officer.
The IRS has clearly communicated that cryptocurrency assets are taxed when they are traded, but this is news to many of the investors who own cryptocurrencies.
A new report from Carson Group taps into the knowledge of 59 female financial planning executives.
How can the financial advice industry know whether its attempts to hire more women, Blacks, Latinos and Asians are working if there is no accurate, unified measure of success or failure?
Seeing an opportunity to cater to an often-overlooked segment of potential clients, one adviser has made Generation X women her true calling.
The veteran adviser tech executive held the post for two years.
Joseph Coughlin spoke Wednesday as part of a presentation on longevity planning at the InvestmentNews Women Adviser Summit.
Women are still more generous than men and became even more interested in philanthropy in 2020.
Women Adviser Summit panelists say flexible work environments and instilling a sense of belonging are key.
The survey also finds sense among women that their compensation has not kept pace with their experience and responsibilities.
Mercedes Elias, the new co-CEO of AmeriVet Securities, approached her career on Wall Street much like her decade-long ascent through the Marine Corps.
Law professor Renee Jones will run the agency's division of corporation finance, making her the first Black woman to lead one of the SEC's four major divisions.
Kathy Matsui, formerly of Goldman Sachs, starts female-run venture fund to support health care, fintech and other young firms.
The leadership changes announced May 20 position a slate of potential successors to CEO James Gorman who are mostly white and male.
The Atlanta-based, woman-led team is affiliating through Gladstone Wealth Partners, an office of supervisory jurisdiction.
The bank is planning to appoint a successor to Chairman Axel Weber, 64, at its annual general meeting next year.
Only 16% of advisers are women, while 3.8% are Hispanic, 2.6% are African American and 2.1% Asian, according to a study by Cerulli Associates and the Investment Adviser Association.
The former Goldman mortgage-backed securities star will take over from John Hollyer, who is retiring.
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