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Meet the three women in charge of cleaning up American banking and finance post-crisis

More and more attention is being paid to the “glass cliff” phenomenon where a woman only gets the top job when things fall to pieces as reported by diversity commentators and major Australian magazines.  With such a mess to clean up with the GFC, this article introduces you to the three key women setting American finance and banking back on track.

Interestingly, Mary Shapiro, Shelia Bair, Elizabeth Warren are all known as “being strong enforcers, smart and possess a clear sense of mission about their assignments.” So if you’re interested in reaching executive and chairman roles in finance and banking, these might be attributes worth growing.

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