Women in Banking

Congressional scrutiny of PPP grows amid national focus on racism


Evidence suggests some minority-owned businesses can’t access loans, and the Trump administration is under pressure to report borrower demographics. The issue is gaining attention against the backdrop of protests over the George Floyd killing.


Karen Peetz to join Citi in newly created role


The veteran banker will serve as chief administrative officer, with responsibilities that include strengthening Citi’s data architecture, creating greater consistency in its dealings with regulators and enhancing its efforts to combat money laundering.


An insider account of JPMorgan's PPP approach


Jennifer Roberts, the company's head of business banking, details a process to have units work one-on-one with customers to get Paycheck Protection Program funds deployed faster.


Proposed Georgia bank secures conditional regulatory approval


Craft Bank, which plans to open this summer, is in the final stage of raising $30 million in initial capital.


Coronavirus stress tests strength of women’s network


In a still male-dominated industry, does the network help attract and keep more women at the firm? CEO Shirl Penney says yes and has the results to prove it.


Parting words from Beth Mooney: ‘Rebuild trust through your actions’


In an exit interview with American Banker, the former KeyCorp CEO reflected on a trailblazing career, shared her thoughts on leadership and described what it’s like to retire in the middle of a pandemic.


How to apply for the Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance rankings


Get nomination forms and event details for the 2019 Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance program.


Citi may be more cautious than states in reopening offices


Once it starts reopening offices around the world, it "will continue to prioritize the safety of our employees, customers and communities," Citigroup President Jane Fraser said.


Calls to cease non-coronavirus rulemaking grow louder


The ICBA chief’s plea for a six-month halt to regulations not related to the pandemic followed similar calls by community groups and a key Senate Democrat.


Where Luvleen Sidhu is taking BankMobile now that she’s in charge


BankMobile became profitable thanks to its high-volume, low-cost acquisition of student customers. The new CEO's challenge will be holding on to them after they graduate.