Margaret Schramm Horn oversees the day-to-day administrative, financial, and operational functions of the CSG Justice Center. She began her career working for JPMorgan Chase in New York in the treasury and risk management areas as a federal funds trader. She later transferred to Panama, where she developed the Asset/Liability Management and Foreign Exchange Trading departments. Upon her return to the U.S., Margaret managed JPMorgan Chase’s Chicago Regional Treasury office, where she supervised the money market, government, municipal, and foreign exchange sales teams. After moving to Prudential Financial, she served as chief administrative officer of Prudential’s International Investments division, which comprises the on-shore international asset management group and the offshore mutual funds. She was responsible for the overall management of Prudential’s investment businesses in Mexico, Taiwan, Korea, Italy, Germany, Japan, and Brazil, with AUM and AUA of $124 billion. Later, at Goldman Sachs, she worked in the audit department of the Investment Management division. She received her BBA from the University of Notre Dame, her MBA from Columbia University, and her MDiv at Yale University.
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