How have women changed their investing habits since the pandemic went global?
What are the major takeaways from a decade of researching women and finance?
We all start out single and most women, whether they marry or not, will end up that way. Barbara Stewart, CFA, considers the implications.
Female-focused machine learning, powered by new hardware and software, will be a key trend for 2018 and beyond, says Barbara Stewart, CFA.
Knowing our clients is the best way to retain them, especially when it comes to women and millennials, who together represent over 60% of the adult population, says Barbara Stewart, CFA.
Regardless of their age, profession, geographic area, or cultural background, smart women deal with money one way or another everyday, reports Barbara Stewart, CFA. Learn more about her latest research, “How Smart Women Are Managing Their Money in 2017.”
“Our industry lags most others in terms of attracting, retaining, and advancing women, and that’s a problem for all of us,” says the president and CEO of Charles Schwab Investment Management.
As part of CFA Institute’s Future of Finance initiative, we are hosting an online discussion entitled, “The High Cost of the Gender Imbalance in Finance,” on Thursday, 9 April.
Gender-lens portfolios aim to align investment strategies with values.
Women make up more than half of the professional and technical workforce in the United States, and yet the gender gap in business and investment management persists. What's important is to raise awareness around the issue of gender bias and work and to encourage organizations to foster professional development among women. The way forward and towards change is having the conversation in the first place.
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