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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.
She is another in a line of recent SEC enforcement directors who comes to the agency with experience as a federal prosecutor.
Lisa Quadrini moves to Brandywine Oak Private Wealth in suburban Philadelphia.
Society must integrate financial awareness into education, as men, and particularly women, need to improve their financial knowledge.
Goldman faces a vote at its annual meeting later this month on whether it should publish a report on how its mandatory-arbitration policy impacts employees and workplace culture.
More and more of the industry's clients are women, and the share of global wealth controlled by women is increasing.
In an industry dominated by men, women said they faced challenges early in their careers to prove themselves.
During her first three years on the commission, Peirce was part of a Republican majority. With the likely confirmation of Gary Gensler as SEC chair, Democrats will have the edge.
Focus Financial COO Rajini Kodialam shares her experience as a leading woman in fintech breaking down internal barriers for gender equity.
The president of the $16 billion RIA told attendees at the InvestmentNews Women Adviser Summit that that it's too early to guess when things will get back to normal.
The insurance company's chief growth officer succeeds Walter White, who will retire at year-end.
Morningstar data show women are making little progress breaking into the ranks of portfolio managers.
The program, which includes $100 million going to philanthropic efforts, has the goal of affecting the lives of 1 million Black women by 2030.
Opening up the books will put pressure on companies to hire more women and also allow the industry to acknowledge the firms that succeed. There’s no reason for companies to keep investors in the dark about diversity.
Ally Invest President Lule Demmissie shares her experience as a leading woman in fintech breaking down internal barriers for gender equity.
CEOs and other women in the fintech C-suite are spearheading the sector's progression and paving pathways for gender equity.
Advancing women in the workplace must be a wealth management priority. Here are ways firms can create change.
The last year has been tough, and female financial professionals have felt pulled in many directions.
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