Posts Tagged “Women”
by Wall Street Job Report on March 7, 2014
Chie Shinpo, senior managing director of brokerage giant Nomura Holdings Inc., is set to become the first woman to head a Japanese bank. Shinpo, 48, will become president of subsidiary Nomura Trust & Banking Co. on April 1, Nomura said (…)
by admin on December 17, 2013
“As GM goes, so goes the nation.” The adage may be apocryphal, but it is about to be tested in a new realm: gender representation at the top of Wall Street. Last week’s appointment of Mary Barra asGeneral Motors Co. GM +0.60% ’s chief executive officer—the (…)
by Wall Street Job Report on August 5, 2013
A federal jury in New York decided on Friday that a woman who was one of 11 people in her division at Bank of New York Mellon laid off in 2010 was not a victim of sex discrimination. The case was unusual in that it even went to trial.
by Wall Street Job Report on November 15, 2012
Goldman Sachs’ new partner class may be small, only around two-thirds the size of its 2010 group, but it features the highest percentage of women in recent memory.
by Wall Street Job Report on June 11, 2012
One of the reasons why women hold so few executive officer positions and board seats in Fortune 500 companies is because they often lack the types of intangible skills that are needed to gain attention from management and that lead to higher-level roles.