40 Next: Glenn Lamont McMillan

In celebration of our 40th anniversary, Black Enterprise is taking a look both forward and backward at the world of black business. Our list of 40 Next celebrates the next generation of entrepreneurs and business leaders.

These BE Nexters—those 21–35 years old making a measurable impact within their respective business, organization, industry, or field—are standouts in the areas of entrepreneurship, corporate America, academia, nonprofit, the arts, and the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). And they prove every day that “business as usual” is not so usual. For them, leveraging expertise in one area to maximize an opportunity in another is standard operating procedure.

Using the legacy of their business predecessors to forge their own way, this new generation of leadership accepts the torch without trepidation. But the commonality between then and now is that success still takes a focused, strategic, and passionate mindset. Here, we introduce you to one of our 40 Next.

Glenn Lamont McMillan, 29
Director in Global Markets, Fixed Income Division
Deutsche Bank, New York

McMillan got his start on Wall Street at an early age, making frequent visits to his uncle’s office at Goldman Sachs’s fixed-income trading desk. His growing math skills impressed seasoned traders who mentored and guided him. Today, McMillan, one of the youngest directors at Deutsche Bank, manages a $3.5 billion portfolio of seven and 10-year U.S. Treasury Bonds.

Be sure to pick up the commemorative 40th anniversary August 2010 issue of Black Enterprise, which contains the entire 40 Next list.