Are you a female advisor aspiring to reach your peak performance? If so, you have the chance to rub elbows with your peers from other independent firms, RIAs, private banks, bank brokerage divisions and major wirehouses at the next Women Advisors Forum on April 26 at New York's historic Metropolitan Club.

The opportunities couldn't be greater for women planners right now. Consider the following statistics presented by TD Ameritrade at a Women Advisors Forum last year: Only 20% of women investors have a financial advisor, but 70% would like to work with a female planner. These numbers are even more impressive, given that women possess at least half, if not more, of all private wealth in the country, and control 80% of all household purchases.

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