Citigroup, Wells Fargo and KeyCorp: Bankers on the move
Some of the biggest posts in banking were filled in the past six weeks.
At the end of September, Wells Fargo announced BNY Mellon Chairman and CEO Charles Scharf would be its next chief executive, ending speculation over who would direct the troubled bank's turnaround. BNY immediately named Thomas Gibbons as interim chief executive.
Citigroup, meanwhile, set up the likely successor to Chief Executive Michael Corbat when it promoted Jane Fraser to president, its second-highest post, on Oct. 24.
Earlier this fall, KeyCorp Chairman and CEO Beth Mooney announced her retirement, setting it for next year. Chris Gorman, Key's president of banking, will be her successor. Mooney was the first woman in history to lead a top-20 U.S. bank.
Following is a breakdown of some of the biggest executive moves in September and October: