Wealth Management : Bringing in More Women
Below is an excerpt from a CFA Institute blog.
Cheryl Nash, president of Investment Services for Fiserv, knows a lot about what it takes to succeed as a woman in financial services. She began her career at a small technology start-up more than 30 years ago and worked her way to the top. That small start-up has been acquired twice over those 30 years.
Nash is an incredible role model for other women in the industry, although there aren’t many who have followed her path. Often she is one of the only women in the room at industry gatherings or meetings. Both the industry and women professionals suffer as a result of this scarcity.
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