An accusation of sexual discrimination plays out in court for BNP Paribas; Jeffries’ top execs chastise Wall Street men over #MeToo paranoia; blockchain startup loses Blythe Masters; and RBS might make history with a female CEO-CFO duo.
Men on Wall Street take a cue from Vice President Mike Pence in refusing to dine one-on-one with women; Coinbase adds fertility benefits; and the CFPB has a new leader. Plus, Bank of America's Katy Knox gets promoted.
Wells Fargo explains to the "girls" that there really is no gender bias, but that guy is retiring, OK? Rana Yared is one of Goldman Sachs' 18 new female partners. And Mary Meeker sets a huge target for the venture capital firm she'll create to invest in tech startups.
One of the country’s 50 largest banks hires a female CEO, making JPMorgan Chase’s Kelly Coffey only the third woman in that exclusive club. Bank of America’s Michelle Moore exits the workforce. And sexual harassment prompts a walkout at Google.
Goldman Sachs’ Heidi Cruz takes some flak for comments she made in an interview about her other job — as the wife of U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz. Goldman's Dina Powell turns down a chance to be the next Nikki Haley. And a lawsuit against the American Bankers Association calls it a “boy’s club.”
Women in the pipeline get some attention from a room full of top banking industry executives celebrating the Most Powerful Women rankings. California is the first to impose a quota requiring companies to increase the number of women on boards, and the Fortune 500’s newest female CEO starts today.
Wondering who is new to the rankings of the Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance? Here's an overview of the changes, along with a recap of the top team winners. Plus, #MeToo plays out on Capitol Hill, as Mel Watt and Brett Kavanaugh get congressional hearings, and Murphy Brown returns.
Catch up on a deluge of sexual harassment disclosures from banks and regulators. Brace yourself — it gets ugly, with rape and strangulation among the lowlights. Then marvel at how one fintech CEO who fell early in the #MeToo era engineered a fast comeback. Plus valuable insight on anger.
Goldman’s next CEO pushes for more women in senior roles. Fifth Third’s program to retain new moms is working. And there’s good news and bad news at Bank of America, as it bulks up on female summer interns but pays out millions to an exec fired over sexual harassment claims.
A Chicago bank isn't afraid of taking on competitors that spend billions on technology. A state regulator is afraid of giving fintech startups too much latitude. Yet another one of our Most Powerful Women retires. Plus, blockchain's leading ladies, the fallout from a big political upset and a tool to help you stop apologizing.