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- Suzanne Shank particulars her rise to develop into one of many solely Black CEOs on
- Robo-advisor Betterment brokered a deal for Wealthsimple’s US buyer base within the first massive transfer beneath new CEO Sarah Levy.
- Adam Stone, Perceptive Advisors’ chief funding officer, walked us by means of the healthcare and biotech specialist’s SPAC strategy.
- Here is how Candlestick Capital, Cinctive Capital, and Holocene Advisors performed in February.
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Suzanne Shank, one of few Black CEOs on Wall Street, details how she built a women- and minority-owned investment bank from the ground up
Suzanne Shank spoke to Insider about constructing and working a minority- and women-backed funding financial institution. The profile is the primary in our sequence “Black Excellence on Wall Avenue,” which incorporates tales about Black leaders and their affect in finance.
Discover out extra about Shank’s rise at Siebert Williams Shank, which has partnered with Microsoft and Apple to put money into constructive change for communities of colour and been concerned in high-profile IPOs like Airbnb and Oscar Well being.
Betterment is buying rival Wealthsimple’s $190 million US customer base as its new CEO sets the robo-advisor on IPO path
Robo-advisor Betterment is shopping for Canadian rival Wealthsimple’s US guide of enterprise within the first massive transfer beneath new CEO Sarah Levy. Read more here.
The investment chief at Perceptive Advisors lays out the $8 billion hedge fund’s SPAC strategy and why he would rather liquidate than make a bad deal
Perceptive Advisors chief funding officer Adam Stone walked Insider by means of its SPAC technique. See more here.
Hedge funds run by Ken Griffin’s former lieutenants had big February performances, including one major bounce back
Get some perception into how Candlestick Capital, Cinctive Capital, and Holocene Advisors did in February. Get the full rundown here.
The Wall Street Journal is revamping its digital strategy to get more traffic – and it’s creating tension among some reporters (BI)
Credit Suisse has a new treat for its junior bankers (eFinancialCareers)