Diversity and equality

‘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.


JPMorgan said to name record number of female managing directors


JPMorgan Chase promoted 117 employees to managing director in its corporate and investment bank, with women representing a little more than a quarter of the total (a record percentage), a person briefed on the changes said.


Citi earns high marks for disclosing disparities in gender pay


Citigroup earned the lone "A" on an investment firm's scorecard that measures companies' commitments to closing the pay gap between men and women. Goldman Sachs was one of four banks to receive an "F."


Goldman Sachs says U.K. women earn half as much per hour as men


Goldman Sachs pays women in the U.K. an average of 50.6 percent less than male colleagues per hour, although this is an improvement on the 56 percent gap the Wall Street firm reported a year ago.


Credit union executive calls out sexist behavior at CUNA conference


In a post to a social networking site, Rachel Pross, chief risk officer at an Oregon institution, described unwanted touches and inappropriate comments by male executives and directors at the event.


Lack of diversity at Home Loan banks 'concerning,' Waters says


A report from the Government Accountability Office found that while the Federal Home Loan banks have taken steps to improve diversity among boards of directors, members are still largely male and nonminorities.


Goldman’s diversity push; bitcoin futures expire


The bank is tying manager pay to inclusive hiring; Cboe Global Markets to stop trading bitcoin futures.


What it takes to be an employee magnet


Creating an environment that employees love and recruiting a diverse workforce isn't easy. Here's how some Best Fintechs to Work For do it.


Wells Fargo speculation, female-friendly fintechs and Most Powerful Women on the move


Is it realistic to think Wells Fargo might get a new female CEO? How one fintech makes women feel welcome, and how another fosters innovation. Plus some of our Most Powerful Women make big moves – two retire, one jumps from BNY Mellon to Amex, one exits a board and another joins one.


People, pets, pay: Secrets of the Best Fintechs to Work For


Nap pods and beanbag chairs are nice, but what employees really care about are personal respect and generous compensation. Oh, and it helps to be dog-friendly.