Feminine Finance and Women Leading Diverse Wealth Management

New financial technologies are enabling innovators to transform the financial services space and enable far greater wealth diversity for women

First Female CEO Of A Singapore Bank: Leadership Lessons From OCBC’s Helen Wong | Money Mind

Leadership lessons from Helen Wong, the first woman to helm a local bank.

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The Advancing Diversity Wealth Management Fellowship – Columbia University

Students admitted to Columbia University’s Master of Professional Studies (M.P.S.) in Wealth Management program for the 2022-2023 academic year will have an opportunity to apply for one full-tuition fellowship, thanks to a new initiative funded by members of the program’s first student cohort. The Wealth Management Advancing Diversity Fellowship is designed to diversify the financial advising industry as well as to retain and help accelerate the careers of high-caliber professionals from underrepresented groups. It is the first student-funded fellowship offered at the Columbia University School of Professional Studies (SPS).

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Sand Hill’s Female Wealth Managers

In honor of Women’s History Month, we are proud to recognize the incredible women leaders and advisors on the Sand Hill team. It’s quite rare to see many senior women in the wealth management industry, let alone a single firm with SEVERAL senior female wealth managers and leaders serving individuals and families in the Bay Area and Silicon Valley.

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The Future of Finance is Female | Anita Knotts | TEDxNaperville

Financial maverick Anita Knotts set herself apart in a male-dominated financial industry by staying true to herself.

With women anticipated to control more than $110 trillion in global wealth by the end of 2025, Anita shares some bold ideas on how a more human approach to wealth management can transform the financial industry to better meet the needs of its future client and make this world better for us all. Anita Knotts is a highly accomplished senior executive with nearly 30 years of expertise in sales, marketing, and business development in the competitive wealth management market. After spending the first part of her career as a successful investment advisor followed by years of leadership, Anita is now embarking on the next phase of her career as an entrepreneur.

Anita has recently launched her new business Lotus Women’s Institute LLC. The mission of the organization is to attract, develop and advance women and people of color to choose financial services as a career path. She believes strongly that firms who implement initiatives to hire diverse teams – specifically for frontline roles – will have a competitive edge. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at