Axial Women in M&A

March 29, 2022

Women in M&A have come a long way over the last 30-plus years, making continual inroads into what has traditionally been a male-dominated field. While this movement is still evolving, women are often founders, heading up or holding senior posts at investment banks, business brokerages, private equity, and other advisory firms.

“Today, there are more women in the industry,” noted Farrah Holder, managing director at IMB Partners, a private equity firm in Bethesda, Md., specializing in utility and government agency services. “There are also more private equity players in general, which offers the opportunity to make your mark and find a place where you can hone your skills and build a career.”

As Women’s History Month draws to a close, Axial reached out to Farrah and three other women who hold integral positions in the investment banking, private equity, and capital-raising sectors, to ask about their work, their most memorable deals, and which women in history have inspired them.

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