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Jane Barratt

Founder and CEO of GoldBean: Investing for Beginners.

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Jane Barratt is the founder and CEO of Goldbean, an online investing platform that helps people start their investment journey with companies and brands they love, know and buy. She is a registered Investment Advisor through FINRA and holds the Series 65 Securities License.

Jane is a global marketing and digital advertising pioneer, with C-Suite roles leading practices and agencies at Dentsu McgarryBowen, Young & Rubicam, Sapient and Havas. Her career, at the forefront of the digital revolution, was spent guiding global brands to growth through innovative marketing and the exploration of new channels.

Jane used what she saw in her career and travels to build her own personal investment portfolio that enabled her to take the leap and start GoldBean. “My 28-year-old self needed GoldBean – I had to learn and do everything the hard way when it came to investing.”

Her passion is connecting people with each other, and to ideas that can change their lives. An advocate for financial literacy among the many she mentors, Jane is taking an innovative approach to building investment expertise at scale.

She can usually be found extolling the benefits of investing and telling women to stop spending so much money on shoes, unless they buy shares in growing, successful shoe companies, of course. An avid traveler and wine lover, Jane is charting the new normal of a balanced life with her husband and three children.

With the right tools and education, Jane firmly believes that anyone can be a confident investor. To find out more about Goldbean visit www.HelloGoldBean.com

 

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