Registered Rep Magazine just released its annual Top 50 Independent Broker/Dealer Women Advisors in 2011 Report. As noted in Registered Rep's January issue, the wealth management business is changing. Women control a greater percentage of the world’s wealth, and some of them want to work with women advisors. Women are also good at some of the relationship-building skills required of financial advisors today. And so, women are in demand in the business, and the independent space is no exception. Independent Broker/Dealers (IBDs) are ramping up efforts to recruit women advisors, and keep existing ones happy. Many are launching training programs targeted towards women. So far, they’re doing a good job of helping them to succeed.
(On a sidenote, we are pleased to see that the affiliated advisor that works with Phil's law firm clients is ranked among one of the top advisors on this list! Congratulations!)
Click here to view the Top 50 IBD Women Advisors in 2011
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