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  1. Jane Fraser, pictured at the Milken Institute Global Conference in California in 2019, inherited a difficult job when she took over at Citi. She also became the first woman to lead a top...

  2. Jane Fraser, the first female chief of a major U.S. bank, finds herself in a tricky balancing act: To overhaul a company that has deeply underperformed U.S. rivals for years, she has to improve ...

  3. Jane Fraser (born 1967) is a British-American banking executive and the chief executive (CEO) of Citigroup, a position she has held since March 2021. Educated at Girton College, Cambridge, and Harvard Business School, she was a partner at McKinsey & Company for 10 years before joining Citigroup in 2004.

  4. SHARES. Actor Brendan Fraser claims he was sexually abused by a powerful Hollywood executive, which resulted in him being blacklisted from the movie industry forever. In an explosive interview with GQ, the Mummy star describes a disturbing encounter with Golden Globes executive Philip Berk, who he says sexually assaulted him in 2003.

  5. Jane Fraser is just weeks away from winning the race to become the first woman to head a major Wall Street bank. So, uh, what, exactly has she won?. Ever since the 2008 financial crisis, when Citi ...

  6. Born in 1967 in St. Andrews, Scotland, Jane’s been able to secure many astonishing feats in the financial world which have garnered her many accolades from partners and employees alike. This fascinating woman is the loving wife of Alberto Piedra, and mother of two sons, Gordon and Cameron.

  7. However, in the case of Jane Fraser, who was yesterday revealed as the future CEO of Citigroup, earning more than a spouse doesn't seem to be an issue: Fraser has been married to the same man since 1996. Her husband, a former banker himself, gave up work to help support her in her career.

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