In this article, we shall let you know the world most powerful women in the banking and finance industry for the year 2019 to 2020 2021. First of all, in one of our previous article, we deeply elaborated on the list of the top ten most powerful women in the world. Again, we shared a detailed list of the most powerful female politicians in the world. With this in mind, women have been of great positive impact on the world of today and without saying, for the future.
In the United States of America, the Vice-chairman of Bank of America Anne Finucane has made it to our list of the most powerful women in banking and finance for the years 2019 to 2020-2021. This is because she aided the bank of America in leading campaigns on matters to do with Environment conservation. Again, she led the campaigns for the Bank of America in addressing social issues and governance protocols that affected the citizens. Above all, she launched the Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship at Cornell University that made her much more reputable globally.
As a result, Finucane rose in the global index of the most powerful women in the world to top 50. Most noteworthy, the bank of America reported a 38% rise in net income to $8.62 billion and a 5.3% revenue increase to $24.07 billion.
Similarly, Fidelity CEO Abigail Johnson is one of the most powerful women in the banking industry as she was ranked in the top of the list. This follows her leadership mission and vision that enabled Fidelity Investments to launch three ESG index funds in the past year.
In conclusion of our list, JPMorgan Chase is the area of focus on the list. This is because of their stability and sustainability in the best and fruitful approaches in asset and wealth management.
Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance 2020
As a result, below Are The Top 10 Most Powerful Women In Finance and Banking in the World for the year 2019 to 2020-2021.
No. 10: Dominique Senequier, President, Ardian
No. 9: Rania Nashar, CEO, Samuel ba Financial
No. 8: Anne Finucane, Vice Chair, Bank of America
No. 6: Mary Callahan Erdoes, CEO, Asset Management, JPMorgan Chase
No. 5: Stacey Cunningham, President, NYSE
No. 4: Ho Ching, CEO, Temasek
No. 3: Adena Friedman, President-CEO, NASDAQ
No. 2: Ana Patricia Botin, Chair, Banco Santandar. And finally,
No. 1: Abigail Johnson, CEO, Fidelity Investments