Christina Juhasz 2022 speaker

Chief Investment Officer

WWB Asset Management

Biography

Christina (CJ) Juhasz is the Chief Investment Officer of WWB Asset Management (WAM,) a subsidiary of Women’s World Banking, responsible for raising and investing private equity funds with a gender-lens. To date, WAM has $150M in AUM, providing growth capital, and research-driven market and organizational solutions to guide portfolio companies to reach more women as customers and as workforce assets. These are winning strategies for gaining market share and the upper hand in the war for talent, unlocking gender alpha and achieving outperformance on financial and social return metrics. WAM has invested in 16 financial services companies in emerging markets that offer financial products and services to under-served populations, especially women, including micro-enterprise and small business finance, agriculture and affordable housing loans; savings and payments services, vehicle finance and micro-insurance products. Prior to co-founding WAM, CJ was the director of Women’s World Banking’s capital markets group.

Prior to joining Women’s World Banking, CJ served in increasing positions of responsibility in Deutsche Bank’s fixed income capital markets group in New York and London and Merrill Lynch’s capital markets group in New York. CJ began her career as an officer in the United States Army, Military Police, serving in Germany and the US.

CJ holds a BS from the United States Military Academy at West Point and an MBA from Stanford University. She is a 2013 Eisenhower Fellow.

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