Andy Cecere

Can U.S. Bancorp make its digital cross-selling strategy work?


EO Andy Cecere acknowledges that other banks have tried to broaden customer relationships and selectively expand into new markets before and struggled. But the sophistication of today’s online and mobile services could make all the difference this time, he says.


U.S. Bank hires its first chief digital officer


Derek White, an alumnus of BBVA and Barclays, will oversee digital innovation across all lines of business at the bank.


Freed from consent order, U.S. Bank steps up branch plan


The nation’s fifth-largest bank now has the financial flexibility to consolidate more branches in existing markets and open new, smaller ones in cities where it has no retail presence, CEO Andy Cecere said.


Former U.S. Bancorp chief Davis named CEO at Make-A-Wish America


The appointment comes nearly two years after Davis said he was stepping down from the Minneapolis bank to pursue "another calling."


U.S. Bank eyes expansion in crowded Texas, Southeast markets


The Minneapolis bank is betting that it has the heft — and the brand recognition — to compete for deposits in states where its biggest rivals already dominate.


Can U.S. Bancorp find an edge in crowded field of digital-only banks?


The Minneapolis company plans to expand to new retail markets through a digital platform, but it’s facing questions about how it will distinguish itself from peers.


Tech spending: Hard sell, must sell


Whether they’re thwarting cyber thieves or building out new apps, bank chiefs say hefty tech investments are now a cost of doing business — but they have to convince shareholders.


U.S. Bancorp opens search for chief risk, human resources officers


Longtime executives Bill Parker and Jennie Carlson plan to retire from the Minneapolis company, giving CEO Andy Cecere an opportunity to reshape his executive team.


U.S. Bancorp CEO Andy Cecere adds chairman to title


Cecere, 57, will succeed longtime executive Richard Davis, who has served as chairman since retiring as CEO last year.


Cyber threat, not credit, is what keeps today’s bank CEO up at night


The heads of some of the largest U.S. banks are calling for a new security-focused mindset among executives, better forms of ID and collective action in the aftermath of the Equifax breach.