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isc ’08

Redefining Social Impact:
Changing the Scope of Changing the World.


Christina (CJ) Juhasz

Capital Markets Manager, Women's World Banking

Christina (CJ) Juhasz

CJ Juhasz is manager of the Women’s World Banking (“WWB”) capital markets group.  WWB provides support, advice, training and information to a global network of more than 50 microfinance institutions and banks that offer credit and other financial services to 21 million low-income people — primarily women — in 30 countries worldwide. CJ has primary responsibility for promoting microfinance institutions’ access to commercial sources of funding, especially local currency capital. This includes capital introduction and advisory work on capital markets transactions, as well as capacity building on financial risk management, business planning and projections, and performance monitoring.  CJ recently managed the launch of the WWB private equity fund—representing the first investment of WWB-managed capital in network member institutions. 

Prior to joining WWB, CJ spent 12 years structuring and marketing international fixed income capital markets transactions for banks and financial institutions globally.  Most recently she served as a director in Deutsche Bank’s fixed income syndicate group and previously with Merrill Lynch’s capital markets group.  She is currently a board member and treasurer of the Microfinance Club of New York.  CJ holds a BS from the United States Military Academy and an MBA from Stanford University.  

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