Undereducated and Underserved--Still

Mellan, Olivia
April 2013
Investment Advisor;Apr2012, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p65
An interview with a behavioral change and wealth psychology specialist in the U.S. Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, is presented. When asked about the thing a financial advisor should know while dealing with female clients she refers listening, caring and let them know profits. She believes in developing a trustful relationship with the female clients. She suggests that young women should be informed about financial planning as a bright profession, at the college.


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