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Comerica promotes insider to oversee retail banking


Cassandra McKinney's promotion to executive vice president of the retail bank is the latest executive move by Curt Farmer, who became the Dallas company's CEO in April.


Chicago de novo bank effort cleared to raise capital


Organizers of First Women's Bank have also filled two key executive posts.


BBVA names new CEO of Texas Border, Gulf Coast markets


BBVA USA said Monday that Susana Valencia will retain her job as Laredo City president while also overseeing commercial banking operations in its Texas border and Gulf Coast markets.


The cost of being crass and a broken rung on the career ladder


Fisher Investments is out more than $1 billion following Ken Fisher’s controversial remarks at a conference. Where do men pull ahead of women in promotions? Right from the start. Plus, a girls’ high school soccer team makes national news.


Santander's deposit push; HSBC’s strategic about-face


Santander Consumer is planning to attract online deposits via a national platform that could rival Goldman Sachs’s Marcus; HSBC is now in retrenchment mode after aiming for growth.


The need for male allies and other highlights of the 2019 Most Powerful Women gala


The awards gala was a who's who in banking, both at the podium and in the audience. The FHFA settles the sexual harassment complaint involving Mel Watt. And an OCC veteran talks about her career.


Citigroup’s Corbat issues call to action on equal pay, opportunity for women


Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat said that unconscious bias has contributed to inequality in the workplace despite a decades-long effort by many companies to promote women.


Cape Cod Five Cents creates co-president roles


Dorothy Savarese will remain the Massachusetts thrift's chairman and CEO.


Who's new to the Most Powerful Women ranking for 2019?


Nearly a third of the women in the annual ranking are new additions, the largest amount in years. Here's an overview of the changes. Plus, Citi's Corbat on its bold gender equity move, and Wells Fargo's less bold CEO decision.


Organizers apply with FDIC to open women-run bank in Chicago


FWBank would be led by Marianne Markowitz, former acting SBA director. Amy Fahey, a former JPMorgan Chase executive, would serve as chairman.