If only I hadn’t bought so many shoes, I might have some investments…

One of Canada’s largest banks is taking a Sex and the City approach to reach out to female investors – with cocktails!

BMO Nesbitt Burns hosted a panel discussion with women senior executives about how to do better with the emerging female investor. Retirement specialists say women tend to think of retirement as a life event rather than a financial event.

One of the bank’s solutions is Stocks in the City, with martinis to drink. Maybe attendees should have a two drink limit before making any financial decisions!


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