Bankers to British royalty are not so decorous. Aussies play the (gender) blame game, after AMP fiasco. NYSE's Stacey Cunningham could be standing on a cliff. And, what’s with the men of "Arrested Development"?
With all the attention around more women running for office, women's marches, and the #MeToo movement, there is growing demand for investment options that support women too, says Veris' Luisamarie Ruiz Carlile.
JPMorgan Chase’s Thasunda Duckett is living her ancestors’ wildest dreams; Morgan Stanley could take a lesson from Citi on reining in rainmakers; and Jelena McWilliams faces tough choices at the FDIC. Plus, babysitting gets approved as a new type of campaign expense.
One woman's legal battle of more than a decade could develop into one of the biggest gender discrimination lawsuits to hit Wall Street. Bank of America faces a complaint after its sexual harassment ouster, and loses another top female executive. Plus, lots of tech initiatives.
Citibank finds people need people (at least in a branch). Santander launches a new consumer app, which makes money transfers using blockchain technology. JPMorgan Chase can be an intimidating partner for fintech startups. Plus, Elizabeth Warren’s new mission.
Talk about a #MaleFail: how shining a light on harassment could have unintended consequences for women in financial services. The New York Fed is dealing with a backlash of its own. Chief marketing officers like Citi’s Jennifer Breithaupt are playing an important role in product development. Also, new initiatives target bias on Slack and in Shakespeare.