This publication has published a range of features and interviews about what's being done - and what needs to be done - to give women better service as clients and to offer them improved career prospects in the industry. Here is a selection.
Women in wealth management is a very prominent topic. The controversy surrounding the gender pay gap in the UK’s financial services arena has caused many firms to stand up and make a difference. Also, women's wealth is rising rapidly, so firms need to keep up to date in order to cater to this expanding client base.
WealthBriefing has interviewed a number of different institutions on women in wealth management, on both raising the number of advisors in the sector and improving the services offered to female clients. We hope readers find this collection useful and food for thought. We intend to continue developing these themes, and invite readers to contact the editorial team at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Here is a list of stories this publication has written surrounding women in wealth:
Millennials Should Not Be Split By Gender, Says Julius Baer
Wealth Industry Improves For Women As Clients, Advisors - But Can Do Better, Says Julius Baer
Winning Women: Key Insights for Wealth Firms Targeting Today's Dynamic Female Clients
Isle Of Man's Financial Sector More Woman-Friendly Than UK, Says Senior Practitioner
Why Wealth Management Needs More Women
We Want To Increase The Financial Confidence Of One Million Women - UBS
Failure To Serve Women Costs UK Financial Firms Billion In Revenues - Study
Credit Suisse Continues Gender Pay Gap Trend
Goldman Sachs Sets Gender Equality Target
Flurry Of Financial Firms Shout Gender Equality Aims
Ugly Industry Jargon, Time Limits Holding Back Female Investors