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Tanya Thourani is an accomplished Project Manager and an ex-Software Developer who excels at using agile methodologies, DevOps and cutting edge investment technologies for process improvement, data capabilities and service delivery.
Some of the valuable insights Tanya shared:
- Start by developing interest. Then take a course to understand how finance works. Then leverage the people with experience and have opportunities for you in the area you’re learning.
- Experience in engineering or any kind of technical skill will come handy if you move to finance. You will have a different attitude to solving problems and financial services.
- Certification gives you a power boost.
- Keep experimenting until you get a system that works for you.
- Once you develop an interest in finance try becoming the best in it.
- If you are driven by the idea of finance as a career reduce distraction and focus on your career trajectory.
- Identify what skills you lack and effective ways to gain these skills.
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