We Champion Women
The American College Center for Women in Financial Services’ mission is to promote the advancement of women in the financial services profession through research, education, and awareness.
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Women to Inherit $30 Trillion by 2030
The greatest wealth transfer is here1, yet 20% of financial professionals are women.2 We deliver insights on important topics spanning the field to advance gender parity and prepare the industry to meet the needs of female consumers.
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Documented Gender Disparities Continue
Of senior leadership and C-suite roles in financial services are held by men – a disproportionately high number.3
Of all equity, fixed income, and allocation funds in the U.S. are exclusively managed by men-only fund management teams – a sign that there's much work to do.4
Of widows change financial advisors within one year following their husband’s death.5
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1 Morgan Stanley. Women, Wealth, and Investing — A Story of Evolution. June 2022
2 Investment News. Wealth management needs more female advisers. April 5, 2021.
3 Deloitte Insights. Leadership, representation, gender equity in financial services. November 4, 2021.
4 Morningstar. The percentage of U.S. female fund managers is exactly where it was in 2000. March 16, 2021.
5 FA-Mag. Don’t give female clients a reason to leave. October 4, 2022.