Career U-turn: From wealthy investment bankers to young homeless people

Social entrepreneur Eva Riedel spent 20 years in asset management before she took a giant leap and established an association to help young homeless people. She met with AMWatch to explain why. 

Eva Riedel has worked at several asset managers, including SEB, BPT, ABN Amro and Aberdeen. | Photo: PR

Eva Riedel was supposed to go to medical school but realized that she didn’t have the stomach to watch sick and dying people every day.

However, the need to help people has remained intact, and after 20 years in asset management, she has decided it is time to act on her passion.

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