Career moves

Wells Fargo adds ex-Comerica CFO in latest outside hire


Muneera Carr, who will become the San Francisco bank's controller on Jan. 6, is the newest addition to a team being assembled by CEO Charlie Scharf.


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.


N.Y. Fed close to filling market ops spots; Subprime auto-backeds rev up


The Bank is poised to pick two people to handle Simon Potter’s former job; Securities backed by subprime U.S. car loans are “going gangbusters.”


Wells Fargo's former interim CEO Parker to leave in March


Allen Parker, who led Wells Fargo during its six-month search for a new chief executive, will leave the bank next year.


Google to partner on checking accounts; Wells pushes for rebates


Tech giant takes will work with Citi; the bank reportedly asked IT providers to return some of the money it paid them in 2018.


Goldman may change its focus; Credit Suisse revamps investment bank team


Goldman may abandon its revenue goal; in an attempt to boost revenue, Credit Suisse picks new leaders for its investment banking and capital markets unit.


Be on point when you’re at a turning point


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


Pressure grows on administration to fill Fed, FDIC seats


Senate leaders say they're ready to consider appointees to fill vacancies at the two regulatory agencies, if only the White House would send over their names.


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.