Wall Street will not see a woman lead a major investment bank anytime soon, judging by the lack of women on bank executive committees of the major firms, say critics.
Only a handful of the executive roles at the major banks are held by women. And the financial industry, typically dominated by men, will continue to be so for the foreseeable future.
“The big question is when we will see a women heading a major Wall Street bank? It’s not happening in the next three to five years,” said Alex Leben