Arizona Bank & Trust’s Women’s Financial Forum (WFF) is an instructive and social program with women like you in mind! Designed to help in the various aspects of financial management in an informational and fun setting.
WFF provides the financial tools and resources to get you involved, make a plan, find answers, save money and take charge of your financial future.
Our leader, Nancy Tengler, has more than 30 years experience in Investment Management. Nancy utilizes current research and concepts from her book, The Women’s Guide to Successful Investing, to illustrate the various aspects of successfully managing your Financial Health.
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Investment and Market Insights*
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To educate and empower women to become active participants in the management of their financial health and provide resources relevant to the fiscal conversation.
The WFF mission is to recognize the value women place on specific needs by providing advocacy, resources, financial and philanthropic education; emphasizing the importance of building and nurturing relationships while creating a visual impact in the community.
The Women’s Financial Forum team believes education and knowledge are key factors to success. That's why we've developed exclusive programs and educational resources to help you focus and prioritize your financial life. Whether you're juggling hectic home and work schedules, or facing life from a new perspective, WFF events aim to provide resources for you to live a more balanced life.
SVP, Chief Investment Officer
VP, Senior Wealth Advisor
*The investment and market insights videos are commentated by Nancy Tengler, SVP, Chief Investment Officer, Wealth Advisory Services at Heartland Financial USA, Inc. Products offered through Heartland Wealth Advisory Services are not FDIC ensured, are not bank-guaranteed, and may lose value.