Street Cred: Porat has been working at Morgan Stanley since 1987 when she joined the bank's M&A department.
During her career at Morgan Stanley she has served as the global head of the Financial Institutions Group and as vice chair of the Investment Bank, according to BusinessWeek. She's been serving as executive vice president and CFO since January 2010.
Street Cred: She joined Goldman as a partner in 1993. Before that, she spent six years at Fidelity Management Trust Company where she was CIO for all separate and co-mingled fixed income accounts.
She is the author of two books — one on OPEC natural gas and the other on bonds.
Outside of work, she serves on the board of trustees and the investment committee of New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Harvard's Committee on University Resources, and the National Advisory Board of the Merage Foundation for the American Dream.
She holds a BA from Princeton and a master's from Stanford.
Title: CEO of United States Institutional Asset Management at JPMorgan
Street Cred: She was one of the youngest partners at Philadelphia-based law firm Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, according to American Banker. She left the law firm to join JPMorgan in 1996. She became the head of the private bank in 2005.
Outside of work, she's on the board of trustees at Villanova, the Girl Scout Council of Greater New York, the Inner-City Scholarship Fund, and the New York Women's Forum and is a member of the Manhattan Chapter of the Young Presidents’ Organization.
She graduated with her bachelor's degree from Villanova and received her J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law.
Firm: JPMorgan Chase
Street Cred: Lake was named CFO last fall succeeding Doug Braunstein. Her previous experience includes serving as CFO of the consumer and community banking business since 2009.
Street Cred: Warner has been the head of Investment Banking since 2010. Before that she was a managing director in the investment bank's fixed income and equity research departments. She also spent time at Lehman Brothers.
Warner is a graduate of Penn State with a B.A. in finance.
Street Cred: The Brazilian-born hedge fund manager runs Bluecrest's biggest fund, the $13.6 billion BlueTrend. In 2011, she was one of the highest earning hedge fund managers taking home earnings of $50 million, according to Forbes.
She previously worked as a quantitative analyst on JPMorgan Chase's derivatives research team, according to Bloomberg.
She holds a Ph.D. in engineering from Imperial College.
Street Cred: Tse spent three years at Stan Druckenmiller's Duquesne Capital as a portfolio manager. She then moved to Goldman Sachs where she was a partner before joining JPMorgan as chief investment officer of North America.
She left JPMorgan last year to launch a hedge fund.