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Bank Holding Companies with the Most Employees


Full-time equivalent, as of Jun. 30, 2018. Dollars in thousands.


Gender gap in financial services affects pay, family leave, promotion


The gap in attitudes and outlook on gender inclusion is wide enough that women and men in financial services often have entirely different takes on gender in the workforce, with men much more likely to have an outsized positive view on progress in gender inclusion.


How more women can get on bank boards


Despite obstacles that keep women from being equally represented in the boardroom, there are steps they can take to close the gap.


Senate Dems to Mulvaney: How did embattled aide get CFPB job?


Senate Democrats on Wednesday called for acting CFPB Director Mick Mulvaney to reveal the vetting process that led to the hiring of a political appointee whose past incendiary writings have caused an uproar at the agency.


Most Powerful Women in Banking, tellers reimagined, growing deposits: Top stories of the week


Our 16th annual Most Powerful Women in Banking rankings; why Regions did away with teller jobs; small banks lagging in deposit share; and more from this week's most-read stories.


Touting work-life balance isn’t just lip service at this community bank


A challenging diagnosis for her son prompted a senior executive to make changes at work, and Old National Bank's reaction offers a lesson for those serious about retaining female leaders.


SunTrust glitch, Amazon and Google mortgages, Tim Sloan job security: Top stories of the week


"Normal system upgrade" knocks out SunTrust's online- and mobile-banking ops; "just a matter of time" before Amazon, Google enter mortgages; Wells Fargo looking for Tim Sloan's replacement?; and more from this week's most-read stories.


Why Regions did away with teller jobs


When the Birmingham, Ala., bank was rethinking its branch strategy, it had to reconsider the role of its tellers. Ultimately, it decided to transition those workers to a more general banker role that emphasizes meaningful conversations with customers and continuous career progression.


CEO's doodles go a long way with First Bank employees


First Bank Financial Centre's Mark Mohr personalizes work anniversary cards by drawing sketches on them highlighting employees' interests.