Born in New Jersey, Renee Siegel likes to share her experiences—perhaps because she has so much to share, especially her lengthy and successful career in business and finance.
Ms. Renee C. Siegel has been invited to speak at Columbia University’s Women in Business Forum, Fordham Women in Business, Price Waterhouse Cooper and Prudential Douglas Elliman.
Siegel’s education was the first step in getting to her position at New York City-based investment company Smith Barney. Renee’s title as senior vice president of wealth management entails structuring and managing pension and cash portfolios for high net worth clients, including individuals and corporations. Ms. Siegel ranked at the top in Smith Barney for the Women & Co. Division.
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Renee Siegel maintained a 3.9 grade point average while attending Cornell University in New York: a proud accomplishment. There, Renee earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business Economics. She then continued her education by earning her Master’s degree in Business Administration, with concentrations in Finance and Accounting. In the top one percent of her class, Renee flexed her brainpower—she also landed a spot on the dean’s reputable list.
At Cornell University, Renee was affiliated with the Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society and the Ho-Nun-De-Kah Academic Honor Society.
A registered securities representative and an insurance license holder in New York, Renee demonstrates her talent and knack for leadership on a daily basis.
At one point in her career, Siegel was a self-employed financial consultant as well.
Throughout her career in finance, Renee worked at Ernst & Young as a senior tax accountant/auditor, at Exxon International, where Ms. Siegel held several management positions and earned annual promotions, and Merrill Lynch where she served as the company’s financial consultant.