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Old Dominion Hires Longtime Va. Banker as Retail Banking Director

Old Dominion National Bank in McLean, Va., has hired Stephanie Lykins-Harvey, formerly of Cardinal Bank in McLean, as director of retail banking.

The San Antonio-based bank announced Friday in a press release that it has named Cox its chief technology and digital officer, a newly created role that includes the oversight of information technology, digital strategy and operations, and experience design. »
At its launch in 2004, ThankYou had its own separate identity, customer base and website from the rest of Citi — even logging into the program was difficult, said Mary Hines, Citigroup's managing director of benefits, new product development and global rewards. »


Here FemTech leaders share their views on how the referendum affects the relationship between banks and fintech and their appetites for collaboration. »

Lending Club announced the resignation of its chief financial officer, Carrie Dolan, while reporting an $81.4 million quarterly loss due largely to fallout from the scandal that rocked the firm in May.

Susan Ralston plans to stay with Dollar Bank after the Pittsburgh mutual absorbs Bank @tlantec in Virginia Beach, where she is CEO. The longtime executive also plans to keep pushing for reforms designed to preserve the mutual banking model.
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Digital Asset Holdings has hired a former RBS executive to be its chief financial officer. The hire was one of several new recruits the New York blockchain startup announced Tuesday.

Though several banks have begun automating financial advice for smaller investors, some are also providing more personalized services — such as counseling family members who have suddenly inherited a fortune.

The $1.8 billion-asset Sunflower expects to combine with the $2.2 billion-asset Strategic Growth to create a company with $3 billion in loans and 60 branches in Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico and Texas.

Fifth Third Bancorp in Cincinnati has fired its chief legal officer over what it describes as a conflict of interest.

JPMorgan Chase, Barclays and other big financial institutions are offering paid internships to members of the sandwich generation who left banking to care for children and elderly parents. Here's why the banks are interested.

Small banks are trying to figure out how to provide the digital services today's customers want while still retaining the human touch that distinguishes them from larger rivals. A small bank in Cincinnati says it has hit on the right formula.

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