Women in Banking

Essex Savings in Connecticut lines up next CEO


Diane Arnold, who will succeed the retiring Gregory Shook in July, has been with the bank since 2002. She is currently the chief lending officer.


Keane stepping down as Synchrony CEO


The Stamford, Conn.-based credit card issuer said Tuesday that Brian Doubles, the president and former chief financial officer, will succeed Margaret Keane in April.


Goldman’s Sheila Patel, chairman of $1.8 trillion manager, to retire


Patel is among Goldman Sachs's most senior women and shepherded some of its highest-profile relationships with investors around the world.


BofA chairman of global corporate, investment banking to depart


Bank of America’s chairman of global corporate and investment banking, Anne Clarke Wolff, is leaving the firm.


Citi’s record promotions for women still just 29% of total


Citigroup promoted 70 women in its latest class of managing directors, the most ever but still less than a third of the total.


Ally’s latest play for (very new) customers


The digital-only bank is running a new promotion in which it will set up and fund, with $250, an online savings account for any baby born on New Year’s Eve.


BNP Paribas USA appoints Claudine Gallagher as new HR head


The promotion is the second this year for Gallagher, who will remain in her current role as chief conduct and control officer until a replacement is found.


Regions Financial's Chief Operating Officer John Owen to retire


The bank will divvy up Owen's responsibilities among three other executives, including Kate Danella, who will become chief strategy and client experience officer.


Citi's Jane Fraser talks about the priorities she'll set as CEO


As she prepares to take over in February, Fraser says she is planning to invest in some of the bank's largest businesses, including its sprawling custody network and its burgeoning wealth management effort.


To weed out data bias, hire more Black analysts


The algorithms banks use to assess the financial well-being of minorities would be more effective if Black analysts crunched the numbers, says Troynica Green, a data analyst at Regions Bank.