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Published on Jan 5, 2012
Nina Godiwalla shares key themes and experiences from her upcoming book, Suits: A Woman on Wall Street, a memoir about her experience at Morgan Stanley best described as Liar's Poker meets The Devil Wears Prada. It's an insider's perspective on investment banking from an outsider's point of view—woman, second-generation Indian American, and Texan. USA Today chose Suits as one of their top books to read. In addition to discussing her experience as an analyst in investment banking, Nina talks about women and minorities conforming to corporate cultures and the racial and sexual discrimination in investment banking.