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Minerva director named in CityWealth’s IFC Power Women Top 100 list


Minerva director Elizabeth Dulake has been recognised as one of the most influential women working within the international financial services industry.

The IFC Power Women list, which focuses on influential professionals from a diverse range of backgrounds in government, private wealth, private client advisory and philanthropy, ranked Dulake (pictured) 30th overall and seventh in terms of Jersey as a jurisdiction.
Produced by CityWealth, the list recognises the successful achievements of independent women who, like Dulake, have made a significant contribution to promoting business excellence, as well as consolidating the reputations of the financial services industry globally.
Dulake, who has over 25 years’ experience in the international finance industry, is group head of client servicing at Minerva covering all the Minerva offices across the globe.
“The individuals included within the IFC Power Women Top 100 list are acknowledged for their independence, strong reputations and influence within their respective fields,” says Dulake. “It is an honour to have been recognised in this way and included within this list of prominent women.”
Brian Lee, group managing director, says: “We are delighted that Elizabeth’s achievements have been recognised in this way. Elizabeth has played a significant and pivotal role in contributing towards the successful development and growth of the organisation. This acknowledgement recognises her individual achievements, and further demonstrates the high level of calibre attained by Minerva’s members of staff.”
Compiled from a number of sources, the IFC Power Woman Top 100 list incorporates information published in the 2013 edition of the CityWealth Leaders List book, as well as recommendations from leading figures within the financial services industry.

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