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The most powerful women in New York include two from JPMorgan, one from Goldman Sachs, and none (that’s right, none) from Citigroup. Plus, JPMorgan alum Blythe Masters is making waves, as is actress Meryl Streep.

Diane Bailey Morton was named the $1.6 billion-asset C1's chief human capital officer and general counsel, while Dustin Symes will head up retail lending operations.

The former FDIC chairman said during a recent conference call that banks with a traditional model — essentially community banks — have been hurt by the Fed's interest rate policy and the trickle-down tactics of regulation.

South Shore Bank in South Weymouth, Mass., has named new chief executive and chief operating officers.

Blythe Masters, the former JPMorgan Chase executive, has joined the advisory board of the Chamber of Digital Commerce, a Bitcoin trade association created to represent the young industry's interests in Washington.

Digital Asset Holdings, the blockchain technology startup led by JPMorgan Chase alum Blythe Masters, is expanding its capabilities by acquiring other such firms.

We polled a number of prominent women in banking to ask who they believed should replace Alexander Hamilton as the face of the $10 bill. Here are some of their suggestions.
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Which woman would KeyCorp's Beth Mooney or Citi's Suni Harford put on the new $10 bill? See the top picks from some of our favorite women in banking.

SRS Acquiom, a provider of merger and acquisition services, has appointed former JPMorgan Chase executive Heidi Miller to its board.

Citizens Financial Group in Providence, R.I., has named two new state presidents for Citizens Bank in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Wells Fargo has named Hope Hardison chief administrative officer, succeeding a 38-year company veteran.

Pinnacle Financial Partners in Nashville, Tenn., has added the president of a Knoxville, Tenn., accounting firm to its board.

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