Women Take the Trading Floor
Women are pursuing the action on the trading floor in increasing numbers. What is driving them to join historically male-dominated teams? How might more women traders be good news for business? Is there a way to quantify this impact?

Learn which areas of trading are (and which are not) adding women to their ranks. Consider the role that technology plays beckoning women to the trading floor and what the future might bring.

Traders and portfolio managers in both buy-side and sell-side roles are especially invited to participate in this discussion of how the environment is shifting and what that means for you and other women in trading.

Bring your questions and share your perspectives with colleagues and peers, as you network over drinks following the discussion.
22 October 2019
6:00 PM Registration
6:30 PM Event Begins
The program will begin promptly at 6:30 PM ; please allow time to get through building security and to register before the event begins. Those arriving after registration has closed will NOT be admitted and will be subject to a "No-Show Fee" (see below).
Networking reception will follow.
Goldman Sachs
Plumtree Court
25 Shoe Lane
London , EC4A 4AU , United Kingdom

Beth Hammack
Goldman Sachs

Victoria Harling

Geraldine Sundstrom

Kunal Shah
Goldman Sachs
Goldman Sachs
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Beth Hammack
Global Treasurer, Goldman Sachs

Beth is global treasurer of Goldman Sachs. She is a member of the Management Committee, Firmwide Risk Committee, Partnership Committee, Firmwide Enterprise Risk Committee and Global Diversity Committee. She is also co-chair of the Firmwide Asset Liability Committee. Previously, Beth was global head of Short Term Macro trading and global Repo trading. This included franchise market making in short dated G10 interest rate swaps, FX forwards, cross currency basis and repo. Before that, she was co-head of US Interest Rate Products cash trading, which included government bonds, agencies and mortgage pass-throughs. Beth joined Goldman Sachs in 1993 as an analyst in Capital Markets and then moved to the Interest Rate Products trading desk, where she traded a variety of instruments focused primarily on options and later agencies. She was named managing director in 2003 and partner in 2010. Beth is chair of the Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee and a member of the Treasury Market Practices Group. She also serves on the board of Math for America. Beth earned an AB in Quantitative Economics and History from Stanford University.

Victoria Harling
Head of Emerging Market Corporate Debt, Investec

Victoria Harling is head of emerging market corporate debt and is responsible for managing the Emerging Market Corporate Debt Strategy and the Emerging Market Investment Grade Corporate Debt Strategy at Investec Asset Management. She joined Investec Asset Management in 2011 from Nomura International, having previously spent more than three years working with emerging market trading desks and capital markets teams for Standard Bank and Nomura. She also spent two years running hedge fund and proprietary trading strategies for Rand Merchant Bank and Whitebeam Capital Management. She graduated from Leeds University with a BSc in biochemistry with molecular biology. She is also a CFA Charterholder. Victoria runs a predominantly women team and was included in the top 50 female fund managers in the world 2019 study by Citywire.

Geraldine Sundstrom
Portfolio Manager, PIMCO

Geraldine is a managing director and portfolio manager in the London office, focusing on asset allocation strategies. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2015, she was a partner and portfolio manager at Brevan Howard, where she led the Emerging Markets Strategies Fund. Previously, she was a portfolio manager at Moore Capital Management. Earlier in her career, Geraldine held senior research roles with Citigroup Global Investments and Pareto Partners. She has 23 years of investment experience and holds a master's degree in finance from Birkbeck College at London University and two degrees from Universite Paris Dauphine.

Kunal Shah
Head of Emerging Markets Trading, EMEA, Goldman Sachs

Kunal is head of Global Currencies and Emerging Markets Trading in EMEA. Previously, he was a cross-asset proprietary trader in the Global Macro Prop Group from late 2004 to 2007. Kunal joined Goldman Sachs in 2004 as an analyst in Interest Rate Products Trading and was named managing director in 2010 and partner in 2014. Kunal serves on the EMEA Inclusion and Diversity Committee, EMEA Securities Division OpComm and EMEA Securities Division Best Execution Committee. He also serves on the board of EMpower, a global nonprofit focused on at-risk youth in emerging market countries. Kunal earned a BA in Mathematics from Gonville and Caius College at the University of Cambridge in 2004.
Goldman Sachs
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and individuals. Founded in 1869, the firm is headquartered in New York and maintains offices in all major financial centers around the world.
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