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Santander Consumer USA Holdings in Dallas has named a former president of Ally Financial and a former Treasury Department official to its board.

Deutsche Bank has hired two executives to fill newly created positions meant to foster development of fintech products.

Mobile could become the one-stop shop that banking companies never quite achieved, blending basic banking, wealth management and other services, if efforts like those underway at Citigroup's fintech unit succeed.

Bank of New York Mellon has named two women executives from the energy and technology sectors to its board.

Citi's Debby Hopkins is retiring at the end of this year and Fidelity's Abigail Johnson is taking over for her father as its new chairman. Beth Mooney, Morgan Cambern, Claire Calmejane, and other execs talk about the impact fintech has had in their jobs and why technology should be embraced and not feared. Meanwhile, Citi faces a suit from a former trader over its alleged "Bro's Club" practices.

Debby Hopkins, chief innovation officer at Citigroup and chief executive of Citi Ventures, the bank's venture capital investment arm, is set to retire at the end of the year.

Citizens Building and Loan in Greer, S.C., will have a new president and chief executive next year.

Johnson, 54, will succeed her father, Edward "Ned" Johnson, as chairman of the family-run firm in early December.

First Tennessee Bank in Memphis is giving veteran regional leader Pam Fansler an unusual retirement present: a chairmanship.

Courage. Sexism. Culture. Banking's leaders discuss some of the powerful influences on their daily decisions and their vision for moving the industry forward.

Mary Jo White's exit from the Securities Exchange Commission could make even her critics unhappy (note to Sen. Elizabeth Warren: be careful what you wish for). Former Nasdaq intern Adena Friedman makes her longtime ambition of becoming CEO of the stock exchange a reality, Amy Brady talks about the growing influence of CIOs, and Edith Cooper encourages conversations about race at Goldman Sachs. Also, Annie Leibovitz has taken some new portraits of women that you can check out in a free exhibit.

Glacier Bancorp in Kalispell, Mont., will enter Arizona after buying TFB Bancorp in Yuma.

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