Women in Banking

Wells Fargo, USAA and Old Dominion: Bankers on the Move

09/16/19

Women executives headlined a number of key moves in the banking industry as summer wound down.

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UBS elevates more women bankers in push to diversify leadership

08/29/19

UBS promoted female bankers to key positions at the top of world's largest wealth manager, broadening the pool of potential candidates to eventually succeed Chief Executive Officer Sergio Ermotti and bringing more diversity to the board.

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Former FDIC chair joins Fannie Mae's board

08/21/19

Sheila Bair, who holds board seats at several other organizations, will sit on Fannie's compensation, corporate governance and risk policy committees.

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Warren wants answers from Wells Fargo on closed-account fees

08/21/19

After a news report said the bank kept alive accounts customers thought they had closed, Sen. Elizabeth Warren told acting CEO Allen Parker in a letter that Wells is "still fundamentally broken."

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Big banks need more diversity in leadership ranks: House Democrats

08/13/19

With women and minorities holding less than 25% of top positions at the eight largest U.S. banks, House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters and other Democrats called on banks to improve their recruiting efforts and invest in programs aimed at building pipelines of diverse talent.

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CIT to buy Mutual of Omaha for $1 billion

08/13/19

CIT will gain nearly $7 billion in low-cost deposits, mostly tied to homeowners associations, as part of the acquisition.

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'Millennials can see through this': How banks' marketing to Gen Y misfires

08/13/19

April Rudin, CEO of the Rudin Group, offers advice on tailoring marketing to younger audiences and women.

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USAA walks the diversity talk with latest tech hires

08/12/19

The San Antonio company named Judith Frey vice president of digital banking, Maria Alvarez Mann chief information officer for bank technology and Carri Arnold bank technology officer.

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Wells Fargo hires payments vet Colleen Taylor to lead merchant services

08/12/19

Former Mastercard and longtime bank executive Colleen Taylor has joined Wells Fargo, where she will oversee the bank's merchant services strategy.

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JPMorgan senior banker Karen Simon to leave after 36 years

08/08/19

Simon most recently led JPMorgan's director advisory services team, which helps company boards find new members. She'll be retiring at the end of the summer.

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