The American Bankers Association today congratulated the women named to American Banker Magazine’s “Most Powerful Women in Banking,” “Women to Watch in Banking” and “Most Powerful Women in Finance” lists for 2020.
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Wendy Cai-Lee leads one of the latest crop of U.S. de novo banks: Piermont Bank, opened to address “pain points” faced by middle-market businesses.
Two rising community bank executives in North Carolina share lessons in career development and leadership.
The wealth management business is in a race to engage today’s diverse asset management customers. Top wealth management executive Gunjan Kedia explains what U.S. Bank is doing to better serve women in the marketplace amid sweeping demographic changes.
It takes a “diversity of imagination” to drive innovation in community banking, says Lead Bank CEO and Vice Chairman Josh Rowland.
Whether it’s buying a mortgage division in 2009 or building a diversified product set in an age of nichification, community bank CEO Luanne Cundiff zigs when pundits say to zag.
After her bank’s CEO unexpectedly died a quarter century ago, Annette Russell was suddenly thrust into the top job at Security Federal Savings Bank in Logansport, Indiana. But if Russell has anything to do with it, the next transition won’t be so abrupt.
Meet Puget Sound banker Laurie Stewart, who is chairing ABA in 2019-20.
ABA today saluted the women named to American Banker Magazine’s “25 Most Powerful Women in Banking” and “25 Women to Watch in Banking” lists for 2019.
Natalie Bartholomew is chief administrative officer at Grand Savings Bank in northwestern Arkansas, but she is probably better known for her popular blog “The Girl Banker,” which provides advice on career advancement and work-life balance for women in banking as well as spotlighting female leaders in financial services.