100 Financial Experts Abigail Johnson

Abigail Johnson

CEO of Fidelity Investments

"No matter how senior you get in an organization, no matter how well you're perceived to be doing, your job is never done."


Year Started as CEO of Fidelity Investments


Net Worth as of May 8, 2023


Rank on Forbes’ Billionaires List (2023)

accurate as of 05/08/2023


Abigail “Abby” Johnson is the chairman and CEO of Fidelity Investments, a major mutual fund company based in Boston. She took over as CEO for her father in 2014 and has been chairman since 2016. Johnson owns 24.5% of the firm, which manages $3.7 trillion in assets.

Johnson ranked fifth in Forbes’ 2022 “The World’s Most Powerful Women” list and was named No. 2 on American Banker’s “Most Powerful Women in Finance” that same year.

Under Johnson’s leadership, Fidelity has embraced cryptocurrency and has grown its user base of young investors. The company is also actively working to attract more women investors.

Why She’s a Top Money Expert:

Johnson has helmed a major financial company for nearly a decade, and has used her forward thinking to expand its customer base.

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