Sunday, January 27, 2008

Successful Young Female Investment Banker

Many believe that the world of investment banking is dominated by male. That could be true to some extent. I have previously introduced Anthony Clake who was elected Partner of Marshall Wace at the age of 25.

Today, I want to introduce a successful female investment banker, who at the age of 25, is elected for the second time as a Rising Star by FN in 2007. She is also one of the Rising Talents honoured by JPMorgan in October 2007.

Emilie Goodall - FN’s Rising Star 2007

Age: 25
Investment manager, Venturesome

A rising star last year, the Oxford graduate continues to make her mark at the point where the City meets the charitable world. Goodall joined Venturesome, a social investment fund that is part of the Charities Aid Foundation, from New Philathropy Capital. In her new role, she will focus on working with charities to help them access money, including advising on fundraising, resolving cashflow problems and assessing risk. Goodall will also be responsible for investing Venturesome’s own money.

Source: Financial News Rising Star 2007

Emilie Goodall – JPMorgan Rising Talent, October 2007

Nationality: British
Country of residence: England
Current position: Research Analyst
Current organisation: New Philanthropy Capital (NPC)

Emilie Goodall is a Research Analyst at the London-based charity New Philanthropy Capital (NPC). NPC provides independent research and tailored advice on the most effective and rewarding ways to support charities. Emilie recently finished a report which examines different strategies for tackling child abuse and has also authored two reports on school disaffection, truancy and exclusion. Before joining NPC, Emilie worked on education and health projects in India and Senegal.

JPMorgna’s Rising Talents, October 2007

JPMorgan Rising Talents 2007 – Full Report
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I don’t mean sex discrimination, but young female readers must find this article interesting and encouraging.

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