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Eagle Bancorp selects veteran banker as permanent CEO


The Maryland company has hired interim CEO Susan Riel to officially take over the post.


First Bank in Missouri taps insider as next CEO


Shelley Seifert had been the bank's chief operating officer.


Did JPMorgan just tip its hand on a succession plan?


Marianne Lake, seen in recent months as a leading candidate to replace CEO Jamie Dimon, got the post she may have needed to round out her resume — consumer lending chief. And Jennifer Piepszak, another rising star at the company, will take over as CFO from Lake.


Hanmi Financial in Los Angeles selects next leader


Bonnie Lee will succeed C.G. Kum, who is retiring as CEO next month.


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.


Top post at Stearns Bank passes from father to daughter


Kelly Skalicky has succeeded her father as CEO of the Minnesota bank.


BofA, Wells can't block shareholder proposals on pay-gap data: SEC


The Securities and Exchange Commission rejected the banks' arguments that the proposals amounted to shareholder micromanagement and that they have made ample disclosures.


Say Watt? Former FHFA head gets sniffy about his misconduct, and proxy pressure builds


Mel Watt calls FHFA watchdog “sexist,” after it concludes he’s guilty of sexual harassment. State Street sues the "Fearless Girl" sculptor. Banks big and small face mounting pressure on gender pay gap and board diversity. And another top 40 U.S. bank might get a female CEO.


How Citi will shrink its pay gap, and beware those freshman renegades


Citi is the first to share its unadjusted pay gap and lays out its goals for improvement. Bankers will be getting to know the progressive freshmen females who are storming D.C. a lot better. Plus, lots of fintech people moves and Gillette's take on toxic masculinity.


The princess and the paycheck, Blythe Masters' exit and #MeToo paranoia


An accusation of sexual discrimination plays out in court for BNP Paribas; Jeffries’ top execs chastise Wall Street men over #MeToo paranoia; blockchain startup loses Blythe Masters; and RBS might make history with a female CEO-CFO duo.