Women advisors have larger client accounts and price more consistently, according to a new study from PriceMetrix, the Toronto-based practice management software and data services company. They also tend to serve more female investors in their books of business.

These qualities represent significant advantages, according to Doug Trott, president and CEO of PriceMetrix. "Taken together, these factors suggest women advisors are better positioned than men for future success."

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