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  • Women feel disconnected from financial services
  • Women feel disconnected from financial services
    Jeffrey Pott (2011) ©
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Women feel disconnected from financial services

Nearly 85% of women are solely responsible for managing their money. But many feel underserved by the financial services industry and are wary of trusting banks. And considering they control 34% of investable assets in the US, women's disconnect with this industry is a serious issue.

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