Women in Banking

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.


Wells Fargo adds ex-Comerica CFO in latest outside hire


Muneera Carr, who will become the San Francisco bank's controller on Jan. 6, is the newest addition to a team being assembled by CEO Charlie Scharf.


Citizens names consumer banking, customer experience chiefs


Brendan Coughlin will succeed Brad Conner as head of consumer banking, and Beth Johnson will be the bank's first chief experience officer.


To ignore Gen Z is ‘to flirt with irrelevance’: Wells Fargo exec


Businesses need to shift focus away from millennials and toward the next age group, which is expected to be so demanding that business processes will have to be overhauled, says Julia Carreon, the bank's managing director of digital and fiduciary operations.


Bank of America touts diverse staff in new trove of employee statistics


Bank of America says in a 23-page report that it has boosted the percentage of women and people of color among senior management and hired thousands of people from low- and moderate-income communities.


Wells Fargo's Modjtabai to exit as Scharf shapes leadership


Avid Modjtabai, who runs Wells Fargo's payments and technology innovation unit, is leaving the firm as new Chief Executive Officer Charlie Scharf continues to shake up top management.


Ignoring women costs the financial industry $700 billion a year


The male-dominated finance industry is missing out on more than $700 billion a year in revenue by failing to listen to or tailor products for women, according to management consultancy Oliver Wyman.


U.S. Bancorp recruits Capital One exec to be its AI chief


Tanushree Luke played a key role in Capital One's use of a conversational artificial intelligence technology known as Eno, and she previously worked for the U.S. government's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.


Citigroup, Wells Fargo and KeyCorp: Bankers on the move


Big succession moves dominated the industry headlines in the past few weeks, as women claimed key chief leadership titles.


Citigroup promotes Fraser to president, setting stage to be Corbat's successor


Citigroup promoted Jane Fraser to president, its second-highest post, making her a likely candidate to succeed CEO Michael Corbat and someday become the first woman to run one of the largest U.S. banks.