With the exit of chief executives like Ellen Costello, Ellen Alemany and, soon, Irene Dorner, the ranks of women at the top of major banks are thinning out. Beth Mooney helps keep hope alive, but the expectation generally had been that she'd be getting more company.
So, in putting together the 2014 edition of the most powerful women in banking and finance, we decided to pose a few questions about gender to our honorees. One of those questions became a theme for this issue: "Does gender matter in banking?" You'll find some of the responses here.
But we'd also like to hear from you. After you check out the quotes and videos, please tell us what you think.
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