Women in Banking

A small-business ‘dream job’ at BofA

09/22/20

Bank of America's Managing Director for Small Business Sharon Miller led the company's involvement in the Paycheck Protection Program, which produced more than 343.000 loans, most in the country.

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Results-driven Fraser just the ticket for fixing Citi, associates say

09/21/20

Jane Fraser, who is poised to become the first woman to lead a major U.S. bank, possesses turnaround experience and strong interpersonal skills that make her well suited for mending fences with regulators and investors, according to present and former colleagues.

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JPMorgan adds consumer bank CEO Duckett to leadership team

09/15/20

JPMorgan Chase added a half dozen executives, including Thasunda Brown Duckett, to its operating committee in the biggest expansion of its top leadership group in years.

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No easing into the job for Citi’s Fraser

09/10/20

When Jane Fraser takes the reins of Citigroup in February, she will have to tackle the company’s cards slump, lagging performance metrics and challenges presented by employees’ return to the office.

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Citi picks Fraser to be next CEO as Corbat to retire in February

09/10/20

Jane Fraser, a longtime Citigroup executive, will be the first female CEO of a major Wall Street bank. She succeeds Michael Corbat, who had held the post for eight years.

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Citi promotes Carla Hassan to chief marketing officer

09/09/20

Citigroup named Hassan to the new role as part of a move to combine its marketing and branding divisions.

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Regions Bank's Godin to retire at year-end

08/18/20

Barb Godin, the deputy chief risk officer and chief credit officer at the Birmingham, Ala., bank, is stepping down after a 45-year career in banking.

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Would McWilliams stay on at FDIC if Biden wins?

08/18/20

Jelena McWilliams's term as FDIC chair expires in 2023, and she cannot be removed by an incoming president. But if Joe Biden prevails, he may ask her to stay — and if she does, governing a Democratic-majority board would be a very different proposition.

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‘We’re all the same size rectangle on the Zoom screen’

08/17/20

Vanessa Colella, innovation chief at Citi, says remote working has had a democratizing effect. She also touches on the types of technology Citi has been incubating, the startups it’s investing in and her efforts at fostering a culture of generosity.

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Wells Fargo consumer chief may testify of 'fear' her predecessor inspired

08/17/20

Mary Mack is expected to say that other employees were scared of Carrie Tolstedt, according to the bank’s regulators. Tolstedt, one of five former Wells executives facing civil charges in connection with the bank’s phony-accounts scandal, could be fined as much as $25 million.

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