CEO Charlie Scharf’s long-awaited expense-reduction plan got a chilly reception from investors.
January 15
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Just like the industries that they cover, the lack of Black representation among news outlets acts as a barrier against understanding and eliminating systemic racism.
December 28
3 Min Read
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The flow of assets and capital in manager selection, municipal bonds and business and mortgage capital reveals forms of systemic racism that often get overlooked.
December 7
3 Min Read
Twenty of this year’s honorees were among our 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking in 2019, while four — Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Jill Castilla, City National Bank’s Kelly Coffey and JPMorgan Chase’s Lori Beer and Jennifer Piepszak — are former Most Powerful Women to Watch making their debuts here.
September 29
1 Min Read
Many of the women in this year's list are familiar to American Banker readers, including J.P. Morgan's Mary Callahan Erdoes, Fidelity Investmemts' Abigail Johnson and Synchrony Financial's Margaret Keane. Seven honorees are newcomers, including two, Maria Hackley and Ida Liu, from Citigroup.
September 28
1 Min Read
In a party-line vote, the agency issued a proposal that would redefine a "complex" credit union.
January 14
5 Min Read
A Democratic majority in Washington may help advance a number of key legislative issues for the industry, such as passage of a national data security standard. However, it could also lead to a renewed focus on consumer protection laws.
January 13
5 Min Read
Industry groups say the coronavirus has highlighted additional risks faced by institutions without a diverse member base.
January 12
6 Min Read
Leaders at the 85 institutions that made the eighth annual ranking have found ways to navigate crises (there have been plenty this year) while also bolstering employee morale.
October 27
1 Min Read
They're making some headway in building workforces that better reflect the communities they serve, but progress has been slow. Here's why.
October 27
6 Min Read
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