Shake-up continues at Wells Fargo with poaching of Santander's CEO


Scott Powell, who resolved numerous regulatory problems as the head of the Spanish bank's U.S. operations, will face similar challenges at scandal-plagued Wells. As the bank's chief operating officer, Powell will report to CEO Charles Scharf, a former colleague at JPMorgan Chase.


Be on point when you’re at a turning point


Clear communication is critical when banks undergo a leadership or operational change.


Comerica Chairman Babb to retire at year-end


Ralph Babb had stepped down as CEO in April. Curtis Farmer, who succeeded him as chief executive, will assume the chairman's title starting next year.


Warren singles out U.S. officials for moving to C-suite jobs


Sen. Elizabeth Warren stepped up her criticism of some of the largest U.S. corporations and singled out senior-level government officials who accepted jobs at Citibank, Wells Fargo, Facebook and Walmart after working for the federal government.


Citigroup, Wells Fargo and KeyCorp: Bankers on the move


Big succession moves dominated the industry headlines in the past few weeks, as women claimed key chief leadership titles.


It takes every kind of people to make a good diversity effort


Employee programs need to embrace a wide range of groups including women, minorities and the LGBTQ community.


Google exec named CEO of online lender OakNorth


Sunil Chandra's job will be to guide the fintech's international expansion. It says 12 banks are using its small-business lending platform, including three in the United States.


Lifetime achievement: LeeAnne Linderman's nonstop advocacy for women in banking


Linderman helped build Zions Bank into a retail force and shaped the multistate retail strategy of its parent company, but she will best be remembered for opening countless doors for women and minorities.


Does it really matter where Wells Fargo’s CEO is based?


Incoming CEO Charles Scharf will remain in New York even though the bank's headquarters is in San Francisco. His hiring underscores the diminished importance of geographical proximity for executives at large banks.


Suddenly CEO: Thomas Gibbons praised as right choice at BNY Mellon (for now)


Bank of New York Mellon’s quick decision to elevate the longtime executive to succeed Charles Scharf on an interim basis was well received. Will the board keep him, or search for an outsider for the long term?