Outdated perceptions women have lower risk appetites when it comes to investment could be partly to blame for the growing 'gender investment gap', according to Salisbury House Wealth.
Research by the financial advice firm has found that women accounted for 54.2% of cash ISA subscriptions - up from 53.8% last year - but only 43.3% of subscriptions to stocks and shares ISAs. This is down...
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