Hilary Banks: Financial services must adapt to better serve female clients

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"Women represent a whole new sector of wealth, and need new products and services, but they continue to be ignored by both distributors and manufacturers." - Hilary Banks
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"Women represent a whole new sector of wealth, and need new products and services, but they continue to be ignored by both distributors and manufacturers." - Hilary Banks

Hilary Banks asks how financial services and products can adapt to attract and better serve more female clients

Women's finances have changed hugely in the last 50 years since the introduction of the Equal Pay Act 1970, yet the way retirement and investment firms engage with them hasn't caught up. Women represent...

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