Morgan Stanley Wealth Management announced the launch of Women Without Limits, a new initiative to galvanize its longstanding commitment to the success of women and girls in communities across the country, provide guidance and advice to help address the unique financial needs of female clients and support female employees within the Firm.
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“Women Without Limits is an important new chapter in our mission to be the firm of choice for women everywhere in the world”
Women Without Limits encompasses three key pillars of internal and external support:
- Clients: Through women-focused educational financial content and resources, Women Without Limits provides education and professional guidance for female clients in their journey to developing financial security and independence.
- Communities: To serve the needs of local communities, Women Without Limits creates access to financial empowerment and literacy resources through trusted national partnerships and affiliations such as Girls Scouts of the USA, in which Morgan Stanley Wealth Management serves as the brand’s national partner to provide young girls with education in financial management.
- Career: By showcasing talented female Morgan Stanley Wealth Management leaders, supporting equality in the workplace and developing initiatives to encourage a steady pipeline of young female talent, Women Without Limits provides comprehensive career support for both established and emerging female leaders in finance.
“We’re proud of the fact that Morgan Stanley has been at the forefront of empowering female employees and clients through various stages of their careers and lives, respectively, and so we couldn’t be more excited about the launch of Women Without Limits and what it signifies,” said Andy Saperstein, Head of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. “August 26 is designated as Women’s Equality Day, and 2020 marks a time for us to both recognize the strides we’ve made toward equality and shine a light on where we still have work to do. Financial literacy and equality for women in corporate America still require our attention, and we are committed to helping address these areas as crucial steps toward female empowerment.”
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