Citi’s chief lending officer to take over HSBC’s U.S. business


Michael Roberts will succeed Patrick Burke as president and chief executive of HSBC USA in October.


Bank CEOs wanted after wave of departures in Europe


Executive searches are hard enough, but a shortage of qualified candidates with strong resumes will make filling those jobs that much more challenging.


Another reason for bank CEOs to dislike CECL: Smaller pay raises


The new accounting standard for loan losses combined with an expected rule change around incentive-based compensation could hit bank chiefs in the wallet, according to a new report.


Fifth Third, Discover, BMO Financial: Bankers on the move


Some of the biggest industry moves in May and early June were not executive promotions, but rather departures.


Momentum builds for Wells Fargo to remove CEO Parker's 'interim' tag


With several top candidates reportedly turning down the job, some insiders are reportedly lobbying the board to appoint C. Allen Parker as the bank's next CEO.


Discover's finance chief to retire next year


Mark Graf, who joined the Riverwoods, Ill.-based credit card issuer in 2011, will participate in the search for his successor.


Synovus lands Regions exec to fill CFO spot


Jamie Gregory has worked for Regions for a decade and was named head of corporate financial strategy early this year, but he's jumping ship to Synovus in late June.


A less defensive posture from Wells Fargo's interim CEO


In stark contrast to his predecessor, C. Allen Parker said Thursday he accepts regulators' criticism and suggested that the bank may struggle to achieve revenue growth until it moves past its regulatory woes.


Top trade group exec defects from ICBA to CUNA


Chris Lorence, a former marketing official at the Independent Community Bankers of America, is the Credit Union National Association's latest recruit from other financial services trade groups in recent years.


‘Leap of faith’: Fifth Third’s Tanner resigning to focus on social causes


Teresa Tanner, one of American Banker’s Most Powerful Women in Banking, is stepping down as the bank’s chief administrative officer to focus on larger societal issues, such as helping women advance in the workplace and creating economic opportunities for minorities and people with disabilities.