by The Compliance Exchange on July 3, 2012
Everyone has to start somewhere. And somewhere usually is an underwhelming first job. This piece kicks off a series on the first jobs that top executives today have held and the surprising lessons they took from those experiences.
Richard Ketchum started out with sweaty summers mowing down miles of golf course grass. Today, he serves as chairman and CEO of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the largest independent securities regulator in the United States.
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