Barron’s ranks 3 NYC women as top business leaders

NEW YORK CITY — Barron’s named three women from Neuberger Berman in the top 10 nationwide in its 2015 Top 100 Women Financial Advisors list.

The financial magazine ranked Stephanie Stiefel No. 3, Holly Newman Kroft No. 9 and Virginia Guy No. 10.

Stiefel, a newcomer to the list, oversees approximately $1.45 billion for clients. She has been with the firm since 1990 and is currently a member of Neuberger Berman’s Straus Group.

Newman Kroft, who ranked one notch higher than last year, joined Neuberger Berman as a Wealth Advisor in 2005. She works closely with ultra-high net worth individuals and their families to help develop customized investment solutions, including asset allocation design and estate planning. She also focuses on the unique investment needs of endowments and foundations.

Guy re-joined Neuberger Berman in 1997. She was ranked No. 14 in Barron’s 2014 Top 100 Women Financial Advisors list. As a wealth advisor overseeing approximately $1.04 billion in client assets, she uses her experience and expertise to build customized wealth management plans designed to help her clients achieve their unique investment goals spanning multiple decades and family generations.

“We are very excited for these exceptional women,” said Kenneth Rende, head of Wealth Management at Neuberger Berman. “Talent is always celebrated at Neuberger Berman and it is a testament to this fact that we have so many senior women who receive such significant industry recognition.”

Source: PR Newswire

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