WASHINGTON -- The CFP Board is calling on advisory firms to examine their efforts to close the gender gap in a profession where men hold a substantial majority of positions and dramatically out-earn their female colleagues.

Speaking at the organization's recent registered program conference, Eleanor Blayney, the CFP Board's consumer advocate, spoke of the need for "environmental reform" inside firms to elevate the profile of women and other underrepresented groups within the industry.

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