December 8, 2023 | 8:30am ET
Steph Wissink, Senior Vice President, Investor Relations, Walmart
Steph Wissink is Senior Vice President of Investor Relations at Walmart. Wissink joined Walmart in October 2022 after a 20+ year career as a sellside research analyst at firms including Piper Sandler [fmr Piper Jaffray] and Jefferies. Over her tenure, Wissink authored investment research on sectors including retail, consumer goods, beauty, entertainment, pet and consumer health. Wissink built her research practice on a combination of proprietary insights, on the ground observations, alternative data, and immersive experiences, which earned her several prestigious awards and recognition during her career. In 2022, WWD’s Beauty Inc. magazine named Wissink Wall Street’s Sharpest Analyst. She’s known by many investors and companies for her work in developing and scaling Piper Sandler’s “Taking Stock With Teens” semi-annual research study, a view into youth culture that is still published and trusted today.
Deepti Chauhan Manjee, Managing Director, TD Cowen
Deepti Chauhan Manjee is a Managing Director in TD Cowen’s Consumer Investment Banking Group focused on Beauty, Personal Care and Wellness. Mrs. Manjee has nearly 20 years of experience in the consumer sector with initial public offerings, mergers and acquisitions advisory, and equity private placements. She has deep relationships across the BPC / Wellness ecosystem with global strategics, emerging and disruptive brands and investors across the growth spectrum. Prior to joining TD Cowen in 2022, Ms. Manjee spent over a decade in JPMorgan’s Consumer/Retail/Healthcare Investment Banking team and most recently, Citigroup’s Consumer/Retail team where she founded Citi’s Consumer Disruptive Growth effort. She is frequently cited in beauty publications including Glossy and Beauty Independent and shares insights on the sector/trends at various industry conferences. Mrs. Manjee holds a Bachelors of Science in Economics from the Wharton School, at the University of Pennsylvania, where she was a Joseph Wharton Scholar.