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BOOK SALLIE KRAWCHECK
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$50,000 to $75,000
Book Sallie Krawcheck
- Has led Merrill Lynch, Smith Barney, and Citi Private Bank as CEO.
- Named “The Last Honest Analyst” by Fortune Magazine and one of Fast Company’s “Most Creative People in Business.”
- Co-founder and CEO of Ellevest, a digital investing platform designed by women for women and chair of the Ellevate Network and the Pax Ellevate Global Woman’s Index Fund, which invests in the top-rated companies in the world for advancing women.
With a reputation for integrity, creativity, independence of thought, a sense of humor, and an unrelenting focus on results, Sallie Krawcheck has built a career that has reached the top levels of success across a range of functions: as a senior corporate executive, as a research analyst, and now as an entrepreneur. Recently named number 9 on Fast Company’s list of the “100 Most Creative People 2014,” she has also been referred to as one of the most successful and influential executives in financial services. From turning around and growing troubled wealth management businesses to eliminating Wall Street conflicts of interest and advocating a true client-centered business model, Fortune Magazine called her “The Last Honest Analyst” during her tenure at Sanford Bernstein. She spent years as the guardian of such brands as Smith Barney, Merrill Lynch, and US Trust.
Krawcheck has often noted that “investing in women is simply smart business” and is expressing this view through her ownership in the Ellevate companies. The Ellevate network (formerly 85 Broads) is a global professional women’s network, the most expansive and diverse of its kind. Krawcheck has chaired the Ellevate Network since 2013.
Krawcheck embraces social media as a means of including more people in her frank business conversations on women and business, regulatory reform, and investor protection. She has garnered her more than 1.4 million followers as a LinkedIn Influencer and more than 40,000 followers on Twitter.
It is Krawcheck’s life’s mission to help women financially and get them invested in their biggest goals. She is working to close the gender investing gap in the United States by "redefining investing for women.” Aligned with this goal, she launched Ellevest in 2016, her much anticipated new startup. Ellevest is a digital investment platform focusing exclusively on women.
Audiences looking to learn from the most powerful woman on Wall Street will be impressed by Sallie Krawcheck’s acumen on topics related to finance, investing, wealth management business, and economic outlook. Listeners will gain insight on navigating the ever-changing—and often volatile—landscape of the financial services industry from someone who has been fully immersed in the economy’s ebbs and flows for decades.
Krawcheck is not just a participant, but a respected leader in the industry. She speaks from experience and is smart, sharp, and savvy as she offers compelling insights on leadership, especially on being a leader as a woman in business. From Wall Street to leadership to her own digital startup for women, Krawcheck has much to say—and she will be real, inspirational, and even humorous as she shares her lessons learned.
Insights on How to Navigate the Financial Services Industry Safely and Come Out Ahead....From "The Most Powerful Woman on Wall Street"
One of the most important issues facing the US is the savings and wealth of individuals. Offering insights gleaned from two decades on Wall Street, and running two of the largest wealth management businesses in the world, Sallie Krawcheck offers an insider perspective into what works and what doesn’t in investing, saving and navigating Wall Street. In this talk, she points to conventional wisdom that no longer works, continuing areas of risk in the industry and a path forward for the industry and for navigating the industry.
The Outsider Inside: The “Last Honest Analyst” on The Future of Wealth Management
The wealth management business is the subject of much commentary by industry pundits….a good portion of it wrong. The business is in many ways stronger than conventional wisdom would have it – but faces some significant obstacles and headwinds that if not addressed will have a meaningful impact on the business (as well as its cousins, the asset management and research businesses). Having run two of the largest wealth management businesses in the world, Ms Krawcheck offers insider insights, many counter-intuitive, into the business that financial services professionals will find useful as they participate in, partner with or serve that business.
The Outsider Inside: The “Last Honest Analyst” on The Future of Financial Services
As a top-ranked research analyst, a Chief Financial Officer and senior manager in financial services over the past 20 years, Sallie Krawcheck has an unmatched perspective on the financial services industry. It is an industry whose future is uncertain, given stepped-up regulation, populist anger, a unfavorable operating environment and the increasing importance of technology. Unraveling the secular from the merely cyclical is challenging but crucial, both for the industry, as well as for the broader economy. Ms. Krawcheck does so, with an insider’s knowledge and an analyst’s perspective.
Leadership Lessons Learned from Working for 7 (Yes, 7) Financial Services CEOs in the Best and Toughest of Times
Ms. Krawcheck has been on the front lines of financial services for the past two-plus decades. During that time, she has led and managed complex businesses through some of the most volatile markets in history. At the same time she has had a front-row seat in working directly for 7 financial services CEOs, at all points in their career spectra, gleaning important insights into leadership during crisis on what works and what fails. Offering sharp insight, laced with humor, Ms Krawcheck lays out the most important lessons in leadership, and particularly in leadership under fire.
Women and Money: Insights from the “Most Powerful Woman on Wall Street”
The US is in the midst of a financial planning crisis, and nowhere more so than among women. Women live on average 6 years longer than men, but save just 2/3s as much for retirement. The causes are widespread, from earning less than men at every stage of their careers, to outsourcing financial management to the men in their lives. This talk can be tailored to women’s groups looking for how to engage on this, or to financial services firms who see this as a business opportunity: For women’s groups – Ms. Krawcheck brings practical advice and tips, learned both from her business background, as well as from her own personal experience, for women at every stage of their lives. For businesses – The business opportunity that this presents is significant, but it’s not as easy as putting a pink bow on the checking account. Many firms have failed in the pursuit of women. Ms. Krawcheck offers insights into this important and growing market, which derive from her business as well as her personal experiences.
Lessons for Women in Business—from the Most Senior Woman in the Most Male of Businesses
Ms Krawcheck has been on the front lines of financial services for the past two-plus decades. During that time, she has led and managed complex businesses through some of the most volatile markets in history. At the same time she has had a front-row seat in working directly for 7 financial services CEOs, at all points in their career spectra, gleaning important insights into leadership during crisis on what works and what fails. Offering sharp insight, laced with humor, Ms Krawcheck lays out the most important lessons in leadership, and particularly in leadership under fire.