Irene Bergman, Longest-Working Woman on Wall Street, Dies at 101By and
Stralem & Co. financial adviser started in banking in 1942
As senior vice president, she helped oversee about $1 billion
Irene Bergman, a Stralem & Co. financial adviser and the longest-working woman on Wall Street, who began her career in 1942 after arriving as a refugee from Europe, has died. She was 101.
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