Women in credit

Credit magazine profiles 50 top-achievers working in the global credit markets today

High-profile sex discrimination cases such as the $1.4 billion law suit brought against Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein last January have done nothing to advance the notion that there is gender equality in the financial markets. Yet there are plenty of high-achieving women in credit, and they have always been more visible - and at higher levels - than in many other areas of the financial markets. We highlight this fact here by profiling 50 of the highest achievers across credit sales, trading

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