When female financial advisors leave wirehouses, they often gain a sense of self-determination by escaping a male-dominated financial advisory industry.
Kelly Rigas discovered that when she founded KR Wealth Management Group in Dallas, two years ago. To do so, she said goodbye to regional broker-dealer RBC Wealth Management, having worked previously at a number of wirehouses, including Smith Barney, Morgan Stanley and Bear Stearns.
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