Good morning and welcome to Insider Finance. I’m Dan DeFrancesco, and here’s what’s on the agenda today:
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- 1 Carlyle execs share strategies for how they helped a portfolio company recruit women board members and triple its number of diverse managers over the past 5 years
- 2 19 crypto and blockchain-focused lawyers who are inking deals, fighting lawsuits, and navigating fast-evolving regulations
- 3 Bitcoin miners are seeing gold despite the cryptocurrency’s recent fall. NurPhoto/Getty Images
- 4 Wall Street people moves: 18 must-know hires, promotions, and exits this week
- 5 JPMC
- 6 Rally, an app that splits collectibles like vintage cars into shares, just nabbed Robinhood’s litigation head. Here’s how she’s using her legal know-how to turbocharge the startup’s growth.
- 7 Odd lots:
Carlyle’s Kara Helander and Wesley Bieligk detailed the five-year journey to improve diversity at portfolio company Novolex. Find out how they did it, and how other PE firms can mimic their success.
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Meet the lawyers at big firms like Goodwin and boutiques like DLx Law who are working on cutting-edge issues in the digital-currency space. Read more here.
Wall Street people moves: 18 must-know hires, promotions, and exits this week
Goldman Sachs’ Colleen Foster retires. Garry Collins departs Bank of America for Credit Suisse. Zach Kurz starts his own firm. Thasunda Brown Duckett leaves JPMorgan for TIAA. These are the people moves you need to know. See more here.
Nili Moghaddam, Robinhood’s former head of litigation, shares how her new role at fintech Rally will help its expansion. Read more here.
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