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In 2011, Au, then working in media and business development, wrote a first draft of what would become “ Bulge Bracket” — industry jargon that refers to the largest investment banks.
The short-series comedy, now in its first season on Amazon Prime, marks Au’s debut as an independent TV director.
Data from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission confirm this, suggesting that while Asians are well represented on Wall Street, they’re largely absent in the executive ranks.
“Bulge Bracket” already has a following.
On Wall Street Oasis, a popular forum among bankers and wannabe bankers, a user opened a thread about the show.