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Muriel Siebert

Muriel Siebert's website (official or not) http://www.msiebert.com/
subjects Muriel Siebert writes about Business Leaders
Muriel Siebert's profile Siebert attended Western Reserve University (now known as Case Western) but dropped out after two years when her father got cancer. In 1954 she arrived in New York City with $500 to search for a job. She was hired as a trainee research analyst at the Wall Street. firm Bache & Co. She later worked as an analyst at a number of firms. In 1967 she became the first woman to purchase a seat on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). For ten years she was the only female among the 1,366 members. In 1969 she became the first woman to own and operate a brokerage firm that belonged to the NYSE, Muriel Siebert & Co, now Siebert Financial Corp. In 1975 when the U.S. government abolished fixed commissions for stockbrokers, Siebert turned her company into a discount brokerage firm. In 1977 she was named New York State banking superintendent. She stepped down in 1982 to run for the senate but lost the Republican primary. Since then Siebert has run her company and been involved with charitable work. She is often called The First Woman of Finance.


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Changing the Rules: Adventures of a Wall Street Maverick
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The first woman to own a seat on the New York Stock Exchange talks about her early introduction to Wall Street, her five years as Superintendent of Banking, and her experiences as a pro-choice...

Ranking at Amazon 1905766
 Free Press
 October 2002 - Hardcover
 Business Leaders
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