With all the attention around more women running for office, women's marches, and the #MeToo movement, there is growing demand for investment options that support women too, says Veris' Luisamarie Ruiz Carlile.
Senior executives from Barclays, Bank of America and other big banks urged women to aim high, take chances on challenging jobs and — perhaps most important — provide support to other high-performing female colleagues instead of viewing them as a threat.
Even as Jamie Dimon touts the female leadership at his company, it lags in one key area. But JPMorgan women are making strides in particular with blockchain initiatives, and Amber Baldet finally shares what she is working on. Plus, heels or flats?
JPMorgan Chase’s Thasunda Duckett is living her ancestors’ wildest dreams; Morgan Stanley could take a lesson from Citi on reining in rainmakers; and Jelena McWilliams faces tough choices at the FDIC. Plus, babysitting gets approved as a new type of campaign expense.