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Nominations are now open for Insider’s next class of Wall Street rising stars

We’re looking for the next crop of rising stars on Wall Street.

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  • Insider is putting together a power list of the young talent on Wall Street.
  • We want to spotlight the standouts in investment banking, investing as well as sales and trading. 
  • Please submit your ideas here by August 5th. 

 

We’re seeking nominations for Insider’s list of rising stars on Wall Street, and we want to hear from you. 

Submit your suggestions below or via this form.

We’re looking for the leaders of tomorrow, those making notable contributions or accomplishments and setting themselves apart from their class in investment banking, investing, and sales and trading. 

In the past, we’ve had people with a variety of roles and experiences from companies including Apollo Global Management, Blackstone, Goldman Sachs, BlackRock, and the New York Stock Exchange.

Take a look at our 2021 list here.

Criteria and methodology

Our selection criteria: We ask that nominees be 35 or under as of September 30, 2022, based in the US, work front-office roles, and stand out from their peers. Editors make the final decisions.

Please make your submission below or through this form by August 5th to have your selection considered for the list. Please be as specific as possible in your submission.

Please email Michelle Abrego at mabrego@insider. com with any questions or issues submitting your nominations.

 

 

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