Two U.S. fundsters are again among the 50 most powerful women in the world.
| Abigail Pierrepont Johnson|
FMR (dba Fidelity Investments)
Chair, President, CEO
, CEO of Fidelity Investments
and scion of the family that controls the mutual fund giant, ranks
seventh on Forbes'
of the "World's 100 Most Powerful Women." That's two spots down
from last year. Johnson is also the second-highest private sector CEO on the list and the third-highest American.
2019 list, released
yesterday, also again includes Mary Callahan Erdoes
, CEO of the asset and wealth management arm (which includes JPMAM) of J.P. Morgan
. This year Erdoes ranks
31st, up two spots from last year.
Neil Anderson, Managing Editor
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