Rethink How to Win Executives
March 11, 2020 | 2 p.m. EST
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Many advisors take gender differences into account when adjusting their financial planning approach to an individual client. Are you jeopardizing your client outcomes because you adjust based on outdated assumptions about gender differences in areas like financial goals, family pressures, risk tolerance, and advisor expectations?
In 2019 FlexShares Exchange Traded Funds, managed by Northern Trust, commissioned a study to learn about gender nuances in the money perspectives of HNW executives who are the primary breadwinners of their households – individuals who contributed at least half of their household's annual income.
The results may surprise you. Would you have assumed the following:
- executive women are half as likely to identify as a conservative investor as compared to their male counterparts
- executive men have twice the guilt when they are at work instead of at home as compared to their female counterparts
- top investment goals are quite different: executive men are currently focused on dependents and future generations, while executive women are focused on planning for the worst, retirement, and philanthropy
On March 11, 2020, join us in the one-hour webinar Rethink How to Win Executives to examine data that may help you understand the new-age differences in investment perspectives and expectations between executive men and executive women wealth creators.
Get a sneak peek of some of the common gender stereotypes challenged by the FlexShares study, and register below to learn how to apply their findings to build better relationships and achieve better outcomes for HNW executive clients.
Laura Gregg, Director of Practice Management and Advisor Research, FlexShares Exchange Traded Funds, managed by Northern Trust
Laura Gregg is Director of Practice Management and Advisor Research at FlexShares Exchange Traded Funds, managed by Northern Trust. She is focused on leading the firm’s proprietary advisor and investor research and building programs to engage advisors and asset managers through industry intelligence and best practices to help them grow their businesses. She speaks regularly at industry events on a range
of business building strategies.
Laura has more than 20 years of asset management experience in a variety of roles including conducting industry research, as a relationship manager, marketing and communications director, leader of sales enablement team and as an investment product specialist. She has expertise in a broad range of investment products and has worked closely with financial professionals and financial institutions throughout her career focusing on distribution and marketing strategies.
Laura joined Northern Trust in 2008, and has previously worked for Claymore Securities (now part of Invesco) and Deutsche Asset Manage- ment. She graduated from Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN and holds FINRA 7 and 63 licenses. Laura is a member of Women Investment Professionals, Women in ETFs and sits on a membership committee with the Money Management Institute.
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