Investing in Women-Friendly Firms

By Advisor's Edge and Investment Executive

The pandemic brought with it a recession that has disproportionately affected women, particularly women of colour. This could be a business risk: extensive research also shows correlations between diversity within firms and improved financial performance of those firms.

How are the most innovative portfolio managers incorporating a diversity lens into their investment strategies? And how are financial services firms creating inclusive workspaces in an effort to retain top talent and create the conditions for outperformance?

Sponsored by Edward Jones Canada, Fidelity Investments Canada, Franklin Templeton and TD Wealth 

 

Investing in Women-Friendly Firms

Accreditation Details

Accreditation body
Competency
Credits

IIROC Cycle 8

Professional Development

1.00

Compliance

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FP Canada

Professional Responsibility Credits

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Product Knowledge Credits

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Financial Planning

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Practice Management Credits

1.00

Course Type:

Web Link

Passing Grade:

10/12 (83%)

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  • ADVISOR'S EDGE
  • CONSEILLER
  • IE (Investment Executive)
  • FI (FINANCE ET INVESTMENT)
  • CANADIAN INDERWRITER