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Banks Need to Win Back Customers’ Trust

09/24/2012 That these are extraordinary times is an understatement. Not only have consumers lost confidence in financial systems, but those working within the system share the feeling of uncertainty. The fundamentals are off and everybody is grasping for ways in which to get back to life as they knew it before the crisis of confidence hit. But there is no going back. All we can do is reflect on how […]

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Three Easy Ways to Start a Financial Plan

November 19, 2012 Why do only one-third of women have a financial plan in place? According to the Prudential Research Study on Women, the reasons include lack of time, the pull to meet shorter-term financial obligations, lack of knowledge, and an unmet desire for assistance and help. There are also emotional reasons for women to avoid planning. In my work with women, I hear women tell me that feel overwhelmed […]

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Women: Don’t Leave Money Up To Men

January 29, 2013 I was so impressed with Donna when I met her. An independent, boomer woman who raised two children on her own. Smart, organized and thoughtful. Yet, when Donna and I spoke about investing, she said the things that so many women have told me. “I would never have invested on my own. Absolutely not. I was scared, intimidated. I didn’t feel I had that kind of brain […]

Busting Three Myths of Financial Planning
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Busting Three Myths of Financial Planning

01/11/2013   Many of us hate organizing our financial lives but love dreaming about our futures. Our dreams are the fun part but planning to get there is the stuff of discipline and denial — or so we believe. That might be part of the reason that only a third of women have a financial plan, as found by a TD Investor’s Poll. As Credit Canada Debt Solutions discovered, one-third […]

Wealth Managers Must Make Changes to Attract High-Net-Worth, Industry Reports
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Wealth Managers Must Make Changes to Attract High-Net-Worth, Industry Reports

Wealth Management.com Jun. 22, 2011 Charles Paikert Wealth managers need to make key changes in the way they do business to stay competitive, two major studies of the industry have concluded. For example, wealth managers need to leverage “cross-enterprise capabilities” that may reside in other units of the firm, such as its corporate, private or investment bank, according to the annual World Wealth Report, released today by Merrill Lynch Global […]