The nation’s largest banks have made progress in their efforts to become more diverse and inclusive, but room for improvement remains, according to data released by the House Financial Services Committee today.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has updated its diversity and inclusion strategic plan, which outlines the bureau’s approach to its own workforce, its third-party suppliers and the entities it regulates.
For Monica Sylvain, chief diversity officer at Louisiana-based IberiaBank, a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion (or DE&I, as it’s increasingly widely known) starts with building community.
Insights from board chairmen and corporate governance experts on ensuring that all directors have a chance to be heard.
BBVA’s Rosilyn Houston on her path from frontline teller to workplace culture visionary.
How banks are striving to create more diverse, equitable and inclusive workforces.
Today’s workforce is more diverse than perhaps any time in previous history. At many banks, it is now common to have four generations of employees working together, from boomers and Gen Xers to millennials and now, Gen Z. Overall, this diversification has been a boon to American business, as it has been shown to drive innovation and improve the customer experience.
The ghost story that keeps bankers up at night.
Meet Siya Vansia, an aspiring entrepreneur who found her calling as a marketing executive at a growing community bank.
The requirements of the Bank Secrecy Act pose a significant challenge for his bank due in part to the interconnected nature of the border region economy.