Four of the most powerful women in the world are tied to
the mutual fund industry. Last week Forbes
its newest list of the World's 100 Most Powerful Women
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC
) chair Mary Schapiro
(age 56) returned to
the list at number 24 (down from 17 last year and up from
56 in 2009). Schapiro also came in at 75 on
's 2010 list
of the Most Influential People in the Mutual Fund Industry.
Bank of America
global wealth and investment
management chief Sallie Krawcheck
(age 46) (whose purview includes the
giant Merrill Lynch
wirehouse) landed at number 67
(down from 44 in 2010 and 6 in 2006 but up from 88 and 64
in 2009 and 2008).
(age 49) dipped from 59 last year to 70. Her proximity to the top of the Boston Behemoth landed
her one of a handful of spots on a special new feature of
the list, "Power Women On The Verge: Who's Next In Line
. Johnson also ranks 69th on Forbes' list of
billionaires (26th in the USA) and 22 on the "Forbes 400".
And Johnson also landed
number 25 on MFWire.com
's 2010 list of the Most
Influential People in the Mutual Fund Industry.
And JPMorgan Asset Management [see
CEO Mary Callahan Erdoes
climbed from 84 in 2010 to 74 in 2011.
Neil Anderson, Managing Editor
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