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Siebert, Muriel (1932–)

Siebert, Muriel (1932–)

American business executive. Born 1932 in Cleveland, Ohio; dau. of Irwin J. Siebert (dentist) and Margaret Eunice (Roseman) Siebert; attended Western Reserve University (now Case Western Reserve University), 1949–52; never married; no children.

Financial company executive and New York State banking commissioner, who was the 1st woman to own a seat on the New York Stock Exchange, began career as a securities analyst (1954); advanced rapidly on Wall Street, changing firms whenever her salary increases did not match those of her male colleagues; became the 1st woman member of the New York Stock Exchange (Dec 28, 1967) and was highly successful with Muriel Siebert & Co., Inc.; named New York State banking commissioner by Governor Hugh Carey (1969), the 1st woman so appointed; became a founding member of the National Women's Forum; created the Siebert Philanthropic Program (1990). Received the Women's Hall of Fame's inaugural Emily Warren Roebling Award (1984).

See also memoir, Changing the Rules: Adventures of a Wall Street Maverick (2002); and Women in World History.

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