Fred Lane: The Evolution Of Investment Banking On Wall Street [Part I]

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Fred Lane: The Evolution Of Investment Banking On Wall Street [Part I]


In the new two-part installment to the Open Door series, OneWire CEO Skiddy von Stade sits down with Fred Lane, Managing Partner of Lane Generational at Raymond James.

As one of the first investment bankers to work at DLJ, Fred has a unique take on how the investment banking industry has evolved over the past few decades. In the first part of his interview, Fred offers advice to young professionals looking to make an impact in the industry and where he sees opportunities for them to make a difference.

via OneWire

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Fred Lane: The Evolution Of Investment Banking On Wall Street

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