Almost 200 female advisors at one of the country's big independent broker-dealers are about to get a new mentoring program.

After a small 10-month trial run that began in July, First Allied Securities says it's set to launch the new program firmwide, connecting more junior female advisors with more experienced mentors. Women make up approximately 16% of First Allied's base of 1,195 advisors.

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