American venture firm Fidelity Investments (FMR)

Abigail Johnson
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Abigail Pierrepont Johnson was born into the world in 19th December, 1961. He is an American very rich person finance manager. Since 2014, Johnson has been president and CEO of American venture firm Fidelity Investments (FMR), and director of its global sister organization Fidelity International (FIL). Loyalty was established by her granddad Edward C. Johnson II. Her dad Edward C. "Ned" Johnson III remaining parts administrator emeritus of FMR. As of March 2013, the Johnson family possessed a 49% stake in the organization, with Johnson herself holding an expected 24.5%.

In November 2016, Johnson was named director and remained CEO and president, giving her full control of Fidelity with 45,000 representatives around the world. Johnson's abundance is roughly $22.6 billion, making her one of the world's most well off ladies. She was named by Forbes as The Richest Person In America's 50 Largest Cities in 2016 and positioned #9 as Powerful Women in 2020. She was additionally the most extravagant individual in Massachusetts in 2020.

Johnson went to Cambridge, MA non-public school Buckingham Browne and Nichols prior to moving on from Hobart and William Smith school with a four year education in liberal arts degree in craftsmanship history in 1984. Subsequent to functioning as a specialist at Booz Allen Hamilton, where she met her better half, Johnson finished a MBA at Harvard Business School.

After moving on from Harvard Business School in 1988, Johnson joined Fidelity Investments, which her granddad Edward Johnson II established in 1946 – as an examiner and portfolio director. In 2001, she was elevated to President of Fidelity Asset Management. In 2005, she became Head of Retail, Workplace, and Institutional Business. She was named president in 2012. In 2014, she became CEO, a job her dad had held since 1977, and in 2016 she became administrator too. In 2018, Johnson presented digital currency venture at Fidelity, making it workable for institutional financial backers to exchange bitcoin and ethereum. In 2015, Johnson gave $2,700, the most extreme sum lawfully took into consideration official essential missions, to Republican official up-and-comer Jeb Bush. Johnson has filled in as an individual from the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation and as an individual from the directorate of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) and of MIT. She is the solitary lady to serve on the leading group of the Financial Services Forum.