When people picture a financial adviser,
they typically think of a gray-haired guy who looks like Bernie Madoff,
or perhaps a younger man like Leonardo DiCaprio’s character in “The
Wolf of Wall Street.” The imagined portrait rarely resembles someone
like me, a woman. And that underlying perception is fairly accurate.
less than 20 percent of financial advisers are women, a number that has
barely budged for the past two decades despite rising gender equity in
other fields. But what has this overwhelmingly male work force
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