Twenty of this year’s honorees were among our 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking in 2019, while four — Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Jill Castilla, City National Bank’s Kelly Coffey and JPMorgan Chase’s Lori Beer and Jennifer Piepszak — are former Most Powerful Women to Watch making their debuts here.
September 29
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  • The biggest name, of course, is Jane Fraser, the president of Citigroup who in February will replace Michael Corbat as CEO. Fraser, who has been a mainstay on our Most Powerful Women in Banking list for years, will be the first woman in U.S. history to lead a large, global bank.
    September 29
  • Many of the women in this year's list are familiar to American Banker readers, including J.P. Morgan's Mary Callahan Erdoes, Fidelity Investmemts' Abigail Johnson and Synchrony Financial's Margaret Keane. Seven honorees are newcomers, including two, Maria Hackley and Ida Liu, from Citigroup.
    September 28
  • As part of American Banker’s Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance program, we have selected five “Top Teams” for 2020.
    September 27
  • The 15 executives selected for our Most Powerful Women in Banking: Next list all have remarkable stories. Over the past year each of them has taken on a major project for their company and produced impressive results. Yet none are older than 40.
    July 29

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