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Wall Street's women problem

Women at the biggest US investment banks see few opportunities to advance and none has been made CEO

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Potential CEOs Karen Peetz (above), president of Bank of New York Mellon, and Avid Modjtabai, head of consumer lending at Wells Fargo.

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Potential CEOs Karen Peetz, president of Bank of New York Mellon, and Avid Modjtabai, head of consumer lending at Wells Fargo.

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THE first woman to run a Wall Street firm could be a behavioural scientist, a mathematician or an engineer.

Three women with these backgrounds - Karen Peetz, president of Bank of New York Mellon; Mary Callahan Erdoes, chief of asset management at JPMorgan Chase; and Avid

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