|Inna Rosputnia, Baroness von Richter|
UkraineMarch 30, 1987
|Net worth||20 millions USD|
|Title||Founder and CEO of Lady F Wealth Management|
Inna Rosputnia (Baroness von Richter) is futures and stocks trader, author of the book "Basic Instinct of Trader". Inna has been honored with a number of awards. In 2016 she was nominated to Women in Finance Awards. In 2019 she received Award Leading Innovator in Wealth Management and Most Outstanding Woman in Finance. She is also the CEO of Lady F Wealth Management, a finance expert and analyst who writes for Benzinga., Equities.com, The Business Woman Media, Investing.com and others. As a blogger and investing strategist, she is routinely featured as an expert on trading, investing and wealth management on outlets such as Business News Daily, The Wall Street Journal, Time, Forbes, and numerous other publications.
Inna Rosputnia was born and raised in Ukraine. She received a scholarship to study Diplomatics and Economics in Ukrainian State University. She started her career as TV host and Model in 2004. In 2008 she became head of Financial Risks Department at Alfa Insurance IC (part of Alfa Group). Inna left the company and started her own business in 2009.
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- Rosputnia, Inna. "5 Tips For Overcoming Your Fear Of Investing". Benzinga.
- "Interview. Investing & Wealth Management".
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- Interview. "Wall Street Queen".
- "Interview. Teaching Women How to Invest".
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