The focus on racial and ethnic diversity as opposed to gender diversity is accelerating across the board.
ESG? Fair access? Transition risk? Sustainable investing? Find out what these and more mean exactly.
In a destabilized, uncertain era, it will take unique mindsets and skillsets to help safeguard banks.
Advancing women’s leadership in financial services is not just a job for women. It’s a job for all of us, including male CEOs like Zions’ Scott Anderson.
After 22 years at ABA, the association’s top lobbyist James Ballentine will soon retire. In this special episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, Ballentine reflects on lessons learned during his career in Washington and shares tips both on effective banking advocacy and on promoting diversity and inclusion in banking.
New focuses and directions at the agencies are on the way, but a few themes have been clear and consistent.
A focus on diversity, equity and inclusion doesn’t just help banks’ customers—it also helps them grow, hire and remain compliant.
While many larger banks have created “chief diversity officer” roles over the past several years, that role has been more of a rarity at smaller banks. Until now.
The FDIC today said it has partnered with the nonprofit Operation Hope to promote financial education to minority and women-owned businesses. Through the partnership, Operation Hope will use the FDIC’s Money Smart financial education resources to help teach how to do business with the agency.
The CFPB found that depository lenders had the highest amount of publicly available information about diversity and inclusion in the financial services sector.