= Subscriber content; log in or subscribe now to access all American Banker content.

The Top Female-Driven Banking Teams of 2011

Comments (3)


This year we examined teams not only for individual performances of women-led business units, but statistics on the promotion of women into leadership roles, and the use of innovative diversity programs to help clear the paths to power for all employees, regardless of gender, race or sexual orientation. We've selected four teams that show how women are making headway in the industry.

Harris Financial
Wells Fargo
Zions Bancorp.


(3) Comments


Big Winners and Losers for Banks on Election Night

Republicans won a sizable victory late Tuesday, retaking the Senate after losing it eight years ago. Banks, too, largely benefited, as an ally of the industry captured a Senate seat in West Virginia, two credit union allies fell and a key Democratic senator squeaked past. Here's how election night played out for banks.

Comments (3)
Great encouragement for women as they are progressing in all sectors and proving themselves in every field irrespective of the conditions.john f.
Posted by Bobby K | Thursday, November 10 2011 at 1:10AM ET
Women's think differently when they run business, my wife runs a firm which is quite successful where on the other side i am ruining the business sometimes. I am just saying women's are determinate when it comes to work. So good luck to all businesswomen.
ocoee rafting
Posted by jack h | Sunday, November 20 2011 at 11:57PM ET
Women are more dedicated than men and more patient when it comes to business,but they still have to go a long way in business ethics and strategies.
forklift rental los angeles
Posted by Conan F | Monday, December 12 2011 at 2:56AM ET
Add Your Comments:
Not Registered?
You must be registered to post a comment. Click here to register.
Already registered? Log in here
Please note you must now log in with your email address and password.


Women in Banking — American Banker: American Banker invites women executives across the banking and financial services industry to connect with one another, share news and best practices, and keep up with our Mentor Factor and Most Powerful Women in Banking initiatives.

Join our mailing list »

Our weekly eNewsletter contains timely and relevant news about women in banking across the web. Sign up for this must-read digest today.

Already a subscriber? Log in here
Please note you must now log in with your email address and password.