Women in Banking

Most Powerful Women in Finance: No. 3, Barclays' Barbara Byrne

09/25/17

Barbara Byrne is one of the public faces of Barclays, serving as one of its five official delegates at the Davos World Economic Forum.

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Transparency helped Zions minimize turnover massive restructuring

09/25/17

When Zions Bancorp. in Salt Lake City decided to consolidate its seven bank charters into one, executives knew they would have to work hard to retain their most talented employees amid all the disruption.

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Most Powerful Women in Finance: No. 6, Discover's Diane Offereins

09/25/17

Diane Offereins manages relationships with 1,000 merchants and 3,300 financial institutions.

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Branch transformation is a 'journey' at Bank of the West

09/25/17

The job descriptions of Bank of the West's branch employees are about to change substantially, so each of them is getting a 'passport' as a way to record the journey ahead.

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Most Powerful Women in Finance: No. 20, Aon's Cary Grace

09/25/17

Even now, as CEO of global retirement and investment solutions at Aon, leading a team that serves clients with more than $4.2 trillion in assets overall, Cary Grace is incredulous at some of the things she encounters as a woman in the world of financial services.

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Most Powerful Women in Banking: No. 4, Bank of the West's Nandita Bakhshi

09/25/17

Nandita Bakhshi has begun to put her stamp on Bank of the West.

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Most Powerful Women in Banking: No. 3, CIT Group's Ellen Alemany

09/25/17

Long before she set out to reshape CIT Group, Ellen Alemany accepted her first job as a bank CEO — on the eve of the mortgage meltdown. A big lesson that has stuck with her since then is the importance of communicating clearly and constantly with employees.

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J.P. Morgan's Mary Callahan Erdoes: The Most Powerful Women in Finance

09/25/17

Mary Callahan Erdoes keeps finding new frontiers to explore.

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New stock exchange, Square scare and other fintech invaders

09/21/17

Why IEX's Sara Furber says you should not fear the big jobs, and why Square says banks have nothing to fear in its bid for an ILC charter. Plus, workplaces women like and Lena Waithe on using your superpowers.

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Sallie Krawcheck's plan to make money by helping women retire rich

09/19/17

Many women see their highest pay at an earlier age than men, take more career breaks, and live longer. Krawcheck just got $34 million to work on that.

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