From the Wall Street Journal:
Financial News is set to unveil its list of the 100 most influential women in European financial markets, which includes chief executives, managing directors and senior executives from across the industry.
Of those on the fourth annual FN100 Most Influential Women list, more than a fifth are CEOs, a third are managing directors, 10 are regional heads and 15 are heads of department. The remainder are chairmen, vice chairs, chief financial officers, chief investment officers or chief operating officers. They work in investment banking, asset management, private equity, pensions, regulation, wealth management, hedge funds and trading.
This year's list reflects the industry's continued focus on regulation, the increased role of corporate governance and scrutiny by pension funds as asset owners, as well as the hard work that has gone into restructuring companies in the wake of the financial crisis.
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