Some are in new jobs, some have new responsibilities, but all of these 25 women are tackling the industry's challenges head on-and in the process reshaping its future.

The 25 Women to Watch 2010
1) Irene Dorner, HSBC USA
2) Heidi Miller, JPMorgan Chase
3) Diane Reyes, Citigroup
4) JoAnn Bourne, UnionBanCal
5) Mary McDowell, CitiFinancial North America
6) Cathy Bessant, Bank of America
7) Deborah Doyle McWhinney, Citibank
8) Mary Navarro, Huntington Bancshares
9) Leslie Andersen, Bank of Bennington
10) Suzanne Hammett, Capital One Bank
11) Diana Starcher, Wells Fargo
12) Leslie Godridge, U.S. Bank
13) Janice Fukakusa, Royal Bank of Canada
14) Michelle Van Dyke, Fifth Third Bancorp
15) Jacqueline Fiegel, Coppermark Bank
16) Dorothy Savarese, Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank
17) Diana Reid, PNC Financial Services
18) Lynn Heitman, U.S. Bank
19) LeeAnne Linderman, Zions First National Bank
20) Sandie O'Connor, JPMorgan Treasury and Securities Services
21) Kathleen Walsh Carr, Cardinal Financial
22) Mary Tuuk, Fifth Third Bancorp
23) Sylvia Reynolds, Wells Fargo
24) Julia Gouw, East West Bancorp
25) Sheila Schauer Mathews, Four Corners Community Bank

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