Women planners are changing the face of the financial services industry. If you're a woman with an investment advisory career - either as an independent, or at one of the major wirehouses, regional brokerages or private banks -SourceMedia's Women Advisors Forum set for Oct.30 in Boston will be your opportunity to learn from and rub elbows with other high-ranking women advisors.

The planning profession is tailor-made for women, Kelly Rigas, a first vice president in the private client group of RBC Wealth Management, told attendees at the Women Advisors Forum in Dallas in May. "Our natural inclinations are so good and so well suited for this business. There is no better time to build a business than now."

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