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Linda Zhang, Top Women in Asset Management Awards Winner

Closely tracking the ETF market for Windhaven Investment Management, Linda Zhang is excited at the potential for overall ETF growth.

Martha B. Willis, Top Women in Asset Management Awards Winner

Martha B. Willis and her team have introduced over 17 new products across OppenheimerFunds and integrated the offerings of SteelPath, an energy-focused investment company and recent acquisition.

Amy Schioldager, Top Women In Asset Management Awards Winner

Amy Schioldager was responsible for BlackRock's first ETF portfolios in 1996. At the time, she recalls being told that ETFs would never be accepted.

Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani, Top Women In Asset Management Awards Winner

To earn success, says Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani, the chief investment officer of Goldman Sachs' Private Wealth Management Group, do whatever it takes to become the best at what you do.

Kim Mustin, Top Women In Asset Management Awards Winner

Women can gain leadership roles in asset management by having a voice, says Kim Mustin, the head of North American distribution at BNY Mellon Investment Management.

Martha King, Top Women In Asset Management Awards Winner

Martha King is proud of how far Vanguard's financial advisory division has come since the mutual fund giant launched its first ETF 13 years ago.

Michelle Mikos, Top Women In Asset Management Awards Winner

Michelle Mikos, the ETF business development director at Invesco Powershares, helped co-found Women in ETFs, a group dedicated to supporting women in the asset management industry.

Maureen Leary-Jago, Top Women In Asset Management Awards Winner

Women must remain curious, have courage and bring confidence to the workplace in order to find and ensure success, says Maureen Leary-Jago, senior global advisor at MFS Investment Management. .

Mellody Hobson, Top Women In Asset Management Awards Winner

As president of Chicago-based Ariel Investments, Mellody Hobson has dedicated herself to acting as an advocate of financial literacy and investor education.

Carla Harris, Top Women In Asset Management Awards Winner

Carla Harris's message to women hoping to rise up in their fields: be true to who you are. Another: "If you consider yourself a leader in the 21st century you must be comfortable taking risk."

Mary Erdoes,Top Women In Asset Management Awards Winner

Mary Erodes has helped J.P. Morgan - with $230 billion in fund assets, excluding money market funds - to stand out in its ability to bring in assets, particularly to equity funds at times when other firms saw outflows.

Marie E. Dzanis,Top Women In Asset Management Awards Winner

Helping other professional women learn how to network and connect is a personal mission of Marie E. Dzanis, the senior vice president, head of funds and intermediary distribution at Northern Trust Asset Management.

SEC Said to Propose That Mutual Funds Disclose Risk of Rate Rise

The SEC is set to propose a requirement that mutual fund companies report how vulnerable their bond portfolios are to interest-rate changes.

Karen Dunn Kelley, Top Women In Asset Management Awards Winner

Some of Kelley's biggest contributions have focused on clarifying fiduciary issues related to money markets, as she's been a vocal proponent of ensuring that money market funds remain investment options for institutional and retail investors.

Lynn S. Blake, Top Women In Asset Management Awards Winner

Blake oversees a team of 60 portfolio managers globally, and more than 1,800 portfolios with assets in excess of $1.5 trillion across all equity index and advanced beta strategies.