Monday, October 1, 2012

Four each at BofA, Wells make 'most powerful women' in banking, finance lists

Two executives at Wells Fargo and two at Bank of America made American Banker's annual list of the "25 Most Powerful Women in Banking," released today.

At Wells, Carrie Tolstedt, senior executive vice president for community banking, was No. 6. Patricia Callahan, chief administrative officer, took No. 13.

At Bank of America, No. 8 went to Cathy Bessant, global technology and operations executive. Anne Finucane, global strategy and marketing officer, took No. 9. She also made a recent list of most powerful women in advertising.

On the most powerful women in finance list, Bank of America Merrill Lynch's head of global research, Candace Browning, was No. 10. Lisa Carnoy, co-head of global capital markets, was No. 20.

Diane Schumaker-Krieg, Wells Fargo Securities global head of research and economics, was No. 17. Julie Caperton, who runs asset-backed finance and securitization, rounded out the list at No. 25.


Anonymous said...

And exactly how many of those four women reside in Charlotte?


With Napoleonic peacock pride, the Observer puffs out its tiny chest and shrilly crows again.