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Michelle Seitz on her rise to the top and new-found frankness about being a working mother.Michelle Seitz is on a whirlwind visit to London. The recently appointed chief executive of Russell Investments is on a 24-hour trip and is cramming in a meeting with the Financial Times, dinner with clients and making the opening address for the $289bn asset management company's European investor summit.The The 52-year-old is a rarity in asset management: a woman who has risen to the top of the industry, standing alongside the likes of Mary Callahan Erdoes at JPMorgan Asset Management, Anne Richards at M&G Investments and Abigail Johnson at Fidelity Investments.Ms Seitz took on the top job at Russell in September after leading the much smaller William Blair Investment Management for more than a decade. Over coffee in the Rivoli bar at the Ritz, where she is staying, Ms Seitz says her first few months at Russell have been "great".Ms Seitz believes there has never been a better time to be a woman in asset management.
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