To be a senior executive, especially a chief credit officer of a big regional bank has become dangerous. As Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, the New York-based securities firm, points out in a recent dire report on the banking industry, a slew of senior bankers left their jobs so far in 2000. Not all of them were given the boot, necessarily; many chose to retire. But the timing is interesting.

A sampling:

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