Women Living a Richer Life
Empowering women to soar to new heights
Women have greater financial confidence than ever before, but achieving their financial goals requires overcoming some unique challenges. Women Living a Richer Life is aimed at helping you take charge of your financial future. We’re making room to explore the hard questions around personal finances and personal goals.
Women in business: Women founders are behind 42 percent of all businesses in the United States today, and 1 in 5 U.S. firms with revenue of $1 million or more is woman-owned. While there are persistent gaps in the corporate pipeline, female representation in the upper echelons of the corporate world is on the rise, and progress leads to more progress: the average C-suite has 24 percent more women than in 2015.
American wealth gains: Women control more than $10 trillion in U.S. household financial assets and are positioned to control much of the $30 trillion in assets transferred by baby boomers over the next decade.
Women invest differently: Women report lower self-confidence in their financial and investment decisions, take fewer risks than men, and are more concerned with meeting their life goals. Although the top financial regret among women is that they haven’t invested more, women investors typically achieve positive returns and surpass men by 40 basis points, according to data of 5.2 million accounts between 2011 and the end of 2020.
Women Living a Richer Life creates opportunities for conversation, connection, and community to help you confidently navigate your net worth and financial wellbeing.