When it comes to gender equity in our society, we’ve only scratched the surface of what’s possible. So this is a call to all of us to challenge gender bias and the status quo, to do more than celebrate the achievements of women, but to ensure that they are no longer remarkable, but commonplace. Because it’s time to turn what’s possible into what’s real. Read on to see some encouraging trends, and how Wells Fargo supports the furtherance of women’s financial education, the advancement of women in business, and the realization of their financial goals.
There’s a dramatic lack of interest among high school girls in finance, translating into meager numbers of applicants to our universities’ finance programs. Read this assessment from Wells Fargo Asset Management’s head of Active Equity, Ann Miletti, about how we can change that and get more women into the field of investing.See report >
Read how an increasing focus from investors on gender equality issues might not only change the corporate landscape for the better, but become a prominent source of competitive advantage and growth.Read more >
While women generally rate themselves as less experienced when it comes to investing than men, studies show their actual investment behavior follows recommended principles more than men’s.See the study >
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