Kim Lovett, owner and founding principal of Lovett Advisors, attended the second annual Barron’s Top Independent Women Advisors Summit, hosted by Barron’s magazine to exchange ideas and best practices, with an eye toward improving their business and serving the investing public in the best possible manner.
The invitation-only conference was held June 12-14 at The Mandarin Oriental in Washington, D.C.
“Barron’s Top Independent Women Advisors Summit was a great way for me to connect with like-minded colleagues and share idea’s with the nation’s top female advisors — time well spent,” Lovett said.
The conference was designed to convene a group of independent advisers to discuss how trends and shifts in the wealth advisory business create challenges and opportunities for leading female practitioners.
Barron’s women advisers, independent channel industry leaders and adviser coaches conducted sessions that explored subjects ranging from human capital development, core business strategy and management, capital structures and innovation.
Lovett was one of about 150 financial advisers who were either selected by Barron’s or their affiliated firm to attend and participate in the conference.
For information, visit barrons-conferences.com.