Black on Wall Street: A profile of 3 professionals

New York (AFP) – Being Black on Wall Street has often meant entering a crowded room and seeing nobody else who looks like you. This is changing, but not that fast. Here are three accounts that shed light on the challenges and benefits of that experience. Experiencing ‘social acclimation’Before starting his own consulting firm, Dale Favors worked for leading financial giants including Morgan Stanley, CIBC, Royal Bank of Canada and Piper Jaffray. One critical element in his early career was the magazine “Black Enterprise” and its list of the top 25 Blacks on Wall Street. In 1992, “I read that ma…

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