In her new book, Pax Ellevate Chair Sallie Krawcheck shows women how to take their careers to the next level by playing by a new set of rules that build on their natural strengths. If you pre-order by December 15, you’ll receive a podcast from Sallie that will teach you how to rock your year-end review and negotiate the raise you deserve.
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TIAA reports that women face three key challenges during the savings phase for retirement:
How are you discussing these issues with your female clients? This report arms you with the data you need to start the conversation.
Despite a rock-solid business case for gender diversity in the workplace, many companies still lag far behind when it comes to advancing women in leadership. But gender equality isn’t an impossible dream. For some companies, it’s a reality. Over the past year, Anne Greenwood has had the chance to speak to leaders at over 50 companies around the world through her role on the Pax Ellevate team. In this article, she identifies five of the top strategies that corporate leaders told her are helping them make progress when it comes to promoting women’s leadership.
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This Merrill Lynch article looks at how career decisions, home ownership and debt, and caregiving can impact a woman’s retirement roadmap. Did you know:
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Veris Wealth Partners explains how, in a few short years, gender lens investing has moved from a promising concept to one of the next big things in impact and sustainable investing. In fact, assets under management (AUM) disclosed by gender lens investing strategies grew from $100 million as of September 30, 2014, to $561 million as of June 30, 2016.Visit the Veris website
Women Give 2016 investigates whether generational shifts in charitable giving intersect with women’s changing decision-making roles within families. Interesting findings include:
Check out an infographic highlighting key data from the report here.
Join the Women’s Philanthropy Institute for a national symposium on women’s philanthropy, March 14-15 in Chicago. The event will bring together a wide range of speakers from across the nonprofit sector to discuss big ideas, bold language, new approaches, and catalytic action. Register today and add your voice to the conversation.
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Women are fast becoming one of the most powerful and disruptive forces in business today – and the case for women is harder than ever to ignore. Download our new Pax Ellevate Global Women’s Index Fund brochure to help initiate a discussion with your clients about investing in women.
Millennials are expected to receive a record-breaking intergenerational wealth transfer of over $30 trillion. But here’s a sobering statistic: 66% of children fire their parents’ financial adviser after they receive an inheritance.1 How can you bridge the generation gap and retain Millennial clients?
Save the date for a Pax World Millennials & Money webinar on February 15 at 4 p.m. EST for a deep dive inside the minds of Millennials and learn how to:
Last year, InvestmentNews launched their inaugural Women to Watch initiative honoring female financial advisers and industry executives who are distinguished leaders at their firms. These women have advanced the business of providing advice through their leadership, passion, creativity and willingness to help other women along the way. Kudos to the 2016 honorees: Hollie Fagan, Deena Katz, Cary Carbonaro, Katherine Mauzy, Stacy Francis, Karen Schaeffer, Carolyn McClanahan, Peggy Ruhlin, Debra Kriebel, Valerie Brown, Jocelyn Wright, Eileen O’Connor, Eileen Sharkey, Catherine Weatherford, Margaret Starner, Lori Hardwick, Amy Smith, Jane Rojas, Kara Underwood, Susan Hirsch, and Lisa Dolly.
On behalf of the Women to Watch class of 2015 – congratulations!
1 InvestmentNews, “The great wealth transfer is coming, putting advisers at risk,” July 13, 2015. http://www.investmentnews.com/article/20150713/FEATURE/150719999/the-great-wealth-transfer-is-coming-putting-advisers-at-risk