Financial services industry fails to earn trust of majority of Black women
American College of Financial Services study finds Black women experience discrimination and difficulty accessing wealth-building tools.
The financial services industry is missing an opportunity to meet the needs of Black women.
Three in five Black women expressed difficulty in finding financial professionals or advisors they trust. That’s according to findings of the initial
Black Women, Trust and the Financial Services Industry study conducted by The American College Center for Economic Empowerment and Equality.
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