About this Event
Join us for this Alumnae Association webinar, where Kathleen Elyzabeth Kinsella ’86 shares information about careers in capital markets and discusses sales and trading, research, investment banking and asset management. Drawing on decades of experience, Kinsella will provide insights on starting early with coursework and experience, narrowing focus, and strategies for networking.
Kathleen Elyzabeth Kinsella ’86 is currently the managing director and head of U.S. fixed income sales for CIBC World Markets Corporation. She has served in executive positions in the finance industry for more than 20 years, cultivating expertise in structuring, interest rate derivatives, currency, global macro and hedge funds. Immediately prior to CIBC, Kinsella held positions in emerging market sales for both RBS (now NatWest Group) and Citi. Kinsella received a B.A. in economics and sociology from Mount Holyoke and pursued additional study in her field at NYU Stern School of Business. For additional information, please see Kinsella’s LinkedIn profile.
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