Their titles may be different, but these investment bankers, card executives, fund managers and private-equity investors are under the same pressures as their banking counterparts — and are meeting the challenges head on.

The Top 25 Nonbank Women in Finance
1) Nicole Arnaboldi, Alternative Investments of Credit Suisse
2) Stacy Bash-Polley, Goldman Sachs & Co.
3) Christina Gold, Western Union
4) Abigail Johnson, Fidelity Investments
5) Anne Stausboll, CalPERS
6) Margaret Keane, GE Money
7) Maliz Beams, TIAA-CREF
8) Kathleen Murphy, Fidelity Investments
9) Catherine Smith, ING U.S. Retirement Services
10) Candace Browning, Banc of America Securities-Merrill Lynch Global Research
11) Ranjana Clark, Western Union
12) Carla Brooks, Commerce Street Capital LLC
13) Barbara Goodstein, AXA Equitable
14) Liz Beshel, Goldman Sachs
15) Joan Kelly, MasterCard Worldwide
16) Diane Offereins, Discover Financial Services
17) Susan Ehrlich, Sears Financial Services
18) Carla Harris, Morgan Stanley
19) Anne Dias Griffin, Aragon Global Management
20) Liz Ann Sonders, Charles Schwab & Co.
21) Kathy Elsesser, Goldman Sachs & Co.
22) Dana Lorberg, MasterCard Worldwide
23) Paula Reynolds, American International Group Inc.
24) Suzanne Shank, Siebert Brandford Shank & Co., LLC
25) Mellody Hobson, Ariel Investments LLC

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