Barbara Stcherbatcheff graduated from Colgate University in 2004 with a double major / minor in Music and Economics. She spent the next five years working in the derivatives industry in the City of London. In 2008, she started writing the popular weekly "City Girl" column in TheLondonPaper. Her 2009 best-selling book, "Confessions of a City Girl" was one of the first books to be published on banking culture following the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy. She has written for numerous publications, including CNBC and Vanity Fair, and is a regular guest commentator in the media and a lecturer at universities and symposiums.
"Confessions of a City Girl," is a Sunday Times bestseller that has also been translated into German, Japanese and Polish.
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