After she saw statistics showing that over the last 10 years the number of women on Fortune 1000 boards has not changed significantly, Centric's CEO decided to take action to increase the visibility of female leaders in her area.
Sanger is out at Wells Fargo and so it is a crisis that gives us our first female board chair at a major U.S. bank. Women lead two major tech initiatives at JPMorgan Chase, which is also adding a fourth woman to its executive committee.
JPMorgan CEO Dimon says banks are putting Silicon Valley to shame … in terms of diversity; Uber’s plan to replace its CEO with a woman seems to be sputtering; and Yellen’s potential successors also are all men.
Fifth Third’s new chief legal counsel, Jelena McWilliams, might be changing jobs again and Australia’s first female bank CEO tells all in a memoir. Plus, the advantage with female founders, and young feminists on the rise.
The New York Times explores why we lack female CEOs, Uber considers Bank of America’s Anne Finucane for its CEO spot, and State Street’s head of corporate governance explains its push for gender diversity on boards. Plus, who needs a hero?
A profile of New York's top cop for banking offers insight into her thinking on hot regulatory issues; the women behind the machine learning at Morgan Stanley and UBS see a future with better advice; plus, Jane Austen and the new Doctor Who.
PwC reports a modest improvement in its gender pay gap. A study finds a big gender pay gap in the U.K’s financial services industry. Plus, female founders speak out about sexual harassment and explain why they kept quiet before.