Morgan Stanley female leaders share experiences, learnings and perspectives on working in finance.
In honor of International Women’s Day and this year’s theme, #MakeItHappen, we asked some of our female leaders to share their thoughts on why women should pursue a career in finance. Here, they discuss their personal experiences on achieving success as a woman in the financial services industry.
A career in finance presents one of the best opportunities to work in international markets. Moving from culture to culture, you develop the flexibility to work with a broad range of clients and colleagues, across geographies and industries. Working internationally also provides great leadership training, particularly for managing diverse teams.
The global social and environmental challenges we face are vast, and the scale and speed of private capital must be a critical part of the solution. A career helping expand the field of sustainable finance is an incredibly rewarding way to focus on maximizing capital to build a more sustainable future.
A career in finance presents a great opportunity to work in a team environment where everyone is expected to produce innovative ideas and given an opportunity to work on challenging assignments. It also offers a chance to work with a diversity of products and markets ranging from wealth management to mergers and acquisitions.
A career in wealth management can be extraordinarily fulfilling. You have the opportunity to leverage a vast range of products and resources to deliver solutions that meet the unique financial needs and goals of individuals and families – and increasingly are in alignment with their personal and social priorities. What you do for clients can make a critical difference in their lifestyles and their legacy.
Finance is driven by technology. A career that combines these two constantly evolving industries can provide you with remarkably rewarding opportunities to develop and innovate, delivering solutions that make a true difference in the way business and capital move forward.”