Alexandra McGuigan Named APAC Director, 100 Women in Finance
August 22, 2019
AUGUST 22, 2019, NEW YORK, 100 Women in Finance (“100WF”) today announces the naming of Alexandra McGuigan as its APAC Director. In this role, Ms. McGuigan will direct the organization’s operations, events, programming and member services in its three official APAC locations, Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney.
Alexandra McGuigan, APAC Director, 100 Women in Finance
Ms. McGuigan brings 13 years of financial services industry experience to 100WF, including roles in institutional sales, marketing and investor relations at alternative asset management firms and private banks. She holds the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) Charter, an MBA from University of Technology Sydney and a BA from Sydney University.
Based in Singapore, Ms. McGuigan will report to Ann Henry, 100WF’s Chief Operating Officer, in New York. Ms. McGuigan’s predecessor in the role, Sarah Dyer, now serves the organization as its Chief Marketing Officer.
100WF further announces that, after a short period of transition, Katie Hebert, APAC Event Coordinator, will assume new responsibilities to support the organization’s global Leadership Council and corporate relationships.
100WF’s CEO, Amanda Pullinger, stated, “We are pleased to welcome Alexandra to the team and to this important role. I am confident that her experience and energy will well serve our members and corporate supporters in the APAC region, a critical area of growth and industry impact for our organization.”
About 100 Women in Finance
100 Women in Finance’s more than 15,000 members strengthen the global finance industry by empowering women to achieve their professional potential at each career stage. Its members inspire, equip and advocate for a new generation of industry leadership, in which women and men serve as investment professionals and executives, equal in achievement and impact. Through Education, Peer Engagement and Impact, the organization furthers the progress of women who have chosen finance as a career, and enables their positive influence over pre-career young women.