Press Releases

Black America’s Financial Wellness: Research Shows Financial Resiliency in Black Men and Women

Black Americans make up a disproportionate percentage of lower income groups, yet have notably higher financial well-being scores than the general population

Read More

Karim Hill Named Executive Director of the Center for Economic Empowerment and Equality at The American College of Financial Services

Hill will lead a Center with a differentiated, long-term action plan to narrow the racial wealth gap, first with Black communities and subsequently Latinos, Asians, and other underrepresented communities

Read More

Focus Female: Study Shows Big Financial Planning Opportunities for Knowledgeable Women's Market

Retirement literacy report from The Center for Women in Financial Services at The American College of Financial Services highlights desire to build a financially secure future, openness to financial advice

Read More

2020 NextGen Financial Services Professional Award Winners Announced

Meet the five rising next-gen financial services professionals making a significant impact in the industry

Read More

Todd M. Schoon JD, CLU®, ChFC®, Named 2020 Solomon S. Huebner Gold Medal Recipient from The American College of Financial

Schoon receives this high honor for his leadership in the financial services profession and commitment to furthering the mission of The College

Read More

Americans Left Guessing for Their Golden Years: Four Out of Five Older Americans Fail Retirement Income Literacy Survey

Third comprehensive consumer study from The American College of Financial Services highlights wide knowledge gap in retirement income literacy, struggles with awareness of basic investment management, and unpreparedness for long-term care needs

Read More

Lee V. Bethel Named The American College of Financial Services 2020 Alumni Hall of Fame Inductee

Lee V. Bethel to be honored in recognition of his enduring expertise and commitment to the financial services profession, as well as the mission of The College

Read More

The American College of Financial Services Announces Four Steps Forward Initiative to Promote Upward Mobility and Wealth Building for Black America

Viable action plan for financial services industry to make sustainable, generational change to promote racial equality and financial wellbeing

Read More

The American College of Financial Services Launches New HBCU Student Scholarship Program

The College’s HBCU Scholarship Program offers a pathway for students from historically Black colleges and universities to learn about the financial services profession and get a head start in their careers

Read More

Pages