Recent studies report that women, as a group, are often more thoughtful, careful and discriminating buyers of products and services than their male counterparts.* Virginia has found this to be true in her own practice as well, where women are highly engaged in the planning process in an effort to make educated and informed decisions about their financial future.
More importantly, she has found that women often seek out advisors who are not only adept in their field of endeavor, but listen intently and can provide an objective and unbiased perspective.
As an experienced financial professional, Virginia Bria has worked with women in all walks of life, and focuses her practice on understanding the unique challenges women and their families face, and providing personalized guidance that puts your goals first. When you call or visit Virginia’s office, you’ll meet an experienced professional who really listens and takes the time to understand your needs before developing a strategy or investment recommendations. And because she is independent, and has no company agenda to promote or sales quotas to meet---her clients’ goals always come first.
As well Virginia has been conducting seminars for women throughout the Bay Area in an effort to educate and reach those who are in a life transition, such as divorce, widowed, or facing a career change…women seeking to be guided in their financial choices during this time.
Please call Virginia at your earliest convenience, and allow her to introduce herself and learn more about your goals and concerns. It would be her pleasure to help you pursue your financial and lifestyle objectives with confidence. As well she can discuss the upcoming seminars for women that she will be conducting in your area.
*The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Changes Everything, by Maria Shriver and the Center for American Progress, September 2009. Men Buy, Women Shop’: The Sexes Have Different Priorities When Walking Down the Aisles, published: November 28, 2007 in Knowledge@Wharton