Want a strong team? This is what Mary Navarro said she has learned about creating one in her 42-year banking career.

Navarro, who recently retired from Huntington, accepted a Lifetime Achievement award at our 2017 Most Powerful Women in Banking gala.

Steve Steinour, the chairman and chief executive at her Columbus, Ohio, company, took the stage to introduce Navarro, who shared a lot of business advice in her speech. Steinour noted that Navarro has been in our ranking of the Most Powerful Women in Banking for many years.

The event took place Thursday night at Cipriani Wall Street. Read more about it and see additional video clips here.

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