Public Talks: Women and Money Roundtable: Investing

According to Public, 41% of women wish they had invested more of their money and 67% of women said they only started learning the basics of investing after college. Historically, women have been underserved by financial institutions. Beyond the investment gap, experts say that women are less likely to talk about their finances with their friends or even family members. The lack of conversations about money matters can mean that women feel less confident and are not availing opportunities to exchange ideas with others to build financial literacy over time.

In this monthly roundtable, we’ll invite women leaders in the business community to talk openly about their investing stories. Listen in and explore their unique financial journeys, how they turned challenges into opportunities, and gain insights to prepare for your own financial future.

This talk is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. When it comes to conversations about the stock market, past performance does not guarantee future results.

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