Achievements

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      She is the only woman or rather the first woman to be on the board of the Financial Services forum.

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      She is also a member of committee on capital markets regulation. Her talent has also brought her on board to Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association.

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      In 2014, after testing her sharp intelligence and dedication, she was given an additional post of Chief Executive along with a presidentship offered in 2012.

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      She is known to be one of the best customer service providers in the business world. She is obsessed with providing the best to her customers. She had grown up seeing her father attending long calls around dinner time from customers who had complaints with the services of the products.

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      She has created a history by being the sharpest and the most acknowledged woman in the financial world.

Abigail Johnson became the CEO of FMR LLC, the third generation to lead the privately owned company.

Abigail Johnson, the renowned American business women and president of Fidelity Investments owns a mansion in Milton, Massachusetts, US.

Possessions

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      She owns the highest percentage (24. 5%) of shares in Fidelity and that makes her 6th richest woman in the US. Fidelity is indeed the largest mutual funds firm in the US.

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      She owns a lot of properties and wealth but her interests and ownerships are unknown. She is believed to be extremely media shy.

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      She is regarded as the most mysterious Billionaire and is extremely private about her assets. This is why most people do not know her and her possessions.

Interesting Facts

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      She is ranked at number 16th on the Forbes most powerful women across the Globe in 2016.

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      She is an extremely private person and not many people are aware of her worth and richness.

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      She is a granddaughter of Thomas Perkins who is supposedly the first great Bostonian and had a lineage of being a great businessman.

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      She was criticized by the top management of Fidelity soon after joining for her outwardly new styles of working. She had to develop an unofficial team for keeping her updated about the happenings around.

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      She has continued the trend of philanthropy, art and historical cultural conservation which was started by her grandfather in Boston. She buys costly arts and donates it to museums for its preservation.

Just like her grandfather, Thomas Perkins she has set a trend for philanthropy by donating expensive arts.