Cracking the Code on Women and Finance
INSPIRING A WORLD IN WHICH WOMEN ARE ABLE TO ENGAGE FULLY AND CONTROL THEIR OWN FINANCIAL LIVES.
ADVANCING CLIENT ENGAGEMENT STANDARDS IN FINANCE.
PROVIDING TANGIBLE TOOLS THAT DRIVE RESULTS.
MEASURING THE UNDERPINNINGS OF YOUR EMOTIONAL FINANCIAL SECURITY
DyMynd puts into the context the conversation between women and Finance with greater transparency. This, in turn, helps everyone from the investor to their account manager, and from executives at a firm to the financial industry as a whole.
Join DyMynd and The YWCA For Money Smart WeekApril 16, 2015
YWCA‘s Future Leaders Council is proud to be a partnering organization for Money Smart Week. On Thursday, April 23, 2015, the YWCA will host a Money Smart edition of our Empowerment Evening series, designed to help attendees explore their own relationship with
The DyMynd Code for Women’s Financial EmpowermentApril 7, 2015
Check out DyMynd recommendations for women looking to engage in Finance on WGN’s Your Your Money Matters!
The DyMynd MoxieMarch 9, 2015
Check out what DyMynd has to say in Moxie Lady! “Men may have historically been the breadwinners and money managers in their families, but no more. Women are in the driver’s seat today and they’re ready to engage. Unfortunately, the
What Women Want in Finance: A Better Experience with Advisers, InstitutionsDecember 15, 2014
DyMynd™ cracks the code on the level of engagement high net-worth women crave but aren’t getting More high net-worth women are opting out of traditional adviser relationships because they don’t like the way they are treated by financial institutions and
He’s Thinking, “Why can’t a woman be more like a man”April 16, 2014
Women and men feel very differently about money and how to use it. Typically, women see money as family vacations, health and home care for parents, private schools and education for children, and philanthropy. Most Men, on the other hand,
Selecting The Right Advisor Is Like Selecting The Right PartnerApril 7, 2014
At DyMynd, we really try to steer clear of the “pink it and shrink it” mentalities or the overly-feminine clichés like princesses and such. But, every now and again, old adages like “kiss a lot of frogs to find your