Terri Duhon

NED, Morgan Stanley

Biography

Terri Duhon grew up in rural Louisiana. She was offered a place in an academic state school at the age of 16 which was the launching pad for her life and career.

After graduating with a math degree from MIT in 1994, Terri Duhon joined JPMorgan and spent 10 years working as a derivative trader. In 2004 she became an entrepreneur and in 2016 sold her main business to a partner in New York. She has been on the board of CHAPS Co, the board of Operation Smile, the board of the American Overseas School in Rome and was a founding member of the Women’s Leadership Group for the Prince’s Trust. She is the author of How the Trading Floor Really Works.

She is currently a public speaker, a lecturer at The Said Business School, on the MIT Corporation Visiting Committee and the board of Morgan Stanley International as a Non-Executive Director where she chairs the Risk Committee.

In 2018 she was also appointed as Non-Executive Chair of the Board of Morgan Stanley Investment Management for Europe.

She lives in London with her husband and 3 children.

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