We are excited to share an interview with Anne-Mette de Place Filippini, Burgundy’s Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager of Emerging Markets equities: “Women in Investment Management: Confidence, Compromise and Mentorship.”
In the interview, Anne-Mette speaks candidly about her experience in the investment business. She also shares advice for how women might embrace and meet the challenges that come their way as they work towards creating and stewarding their own wealth.
The interview was conducted by Brown Brothers Harriman and published in their Women & Wealth Magazine. Brown Brothers Harriman is the oldest and largest private financial services firm in the United States, serving some of the most sophisticated individuals and institutions around the world. Like Burgundy, they launched a women’s initiative to support and serve their female clients in the creation and management of wealth.
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