About Terri Duhon
Terri Duhon is the Non-Executive Chair of Morgan Stanley Investment Management Ltd. She is also on the board of Morgan Stanley International as a Non-Executive Director where she chairs the Risk Committee; on the board of Rathbones plc a FTSE250 UK Wealth Manager as a non-executive director, and Chair of the Risk Committee; an Associate Fellow at The Said Business School; on the MIT Corporation Visiting Committee and a motivational speaker for Speakers for Schools.
Terri Duhon started her career at JPMorgan and spent 10 years working as a derivative trader. In that time, she was part of the pioneering team at JPMorgan that developed the credit derivative market place as documented in Fools Gold and PBS Frontline.
In 2004 she became an entrepreneur and her company, B&B Structured Finance Ltd worked on several high profile litigations and investigations. E.g. the Libor Scandal
She is the author of How the Trading Floor Really Works.
She has been on the board of CHAPS Co, the board of Operation Smile and was a founding member of the Women’s Leadership Group for the Prince’s Trust.
She has a math degree from MIT.
Note from Terri: This short bio is misleading without also hearing about the highs and lows along the way. I didn’t just skip through life and amazingly get these fun opportunities. I worked hard, I dreamed big and I had epic fails along the way that taught me much more than some of the wins. Those lessons learned are a big part of my story, and why I’m dedicating some time to speaking up. I want to inspire as many people as I can.