Women are great advocating for others, but in general, aren't as skilled at negotiating for themselves.
This Opinion piece argues for the inclusion of more women on boards, for the organization's sake.
Study reveals new 'women of influence' trend: 57% out-earn husbands. Even stay-at-home moms have gained financial prowess.
Building and maintaining a culture that supports diversity and inclusion is the role of today’s leader. This includes recruiting, valuing and respecting people from different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives.
NCUA, other regulators considering new standards as mandated by Dodd-Frank.
A number of factors could be driving a lack of confidence on the part of women as they manage their finances, says credit union financial adviser Anna Kamp.
While they may lack confidence in their overall financial knowledge, the CUNA Women’s Financial Survey released Aug. 6 said saving for retirement is their No. 1 financial priority.
While the NCUA’s Office of Minority and Women Inclusion was created to ensure diversity in management, employment and business activities, the two-year old division has much more room to have an impact.
Boosting the number and role of women is an objective of Raymond James and other wealth managers. How do you make that happen?
The Great Recession forced some women to take an even more active role in managing the household’s finances.