The Most Powerful Women In Banking 2004

US Banker magazine has just published its league table of the 25 'most powerful' women in banking in 2004. Here's the Top 10 and some other interesting entries.

1. Marjorie Magner - Chairman & CEO, Global Consumer Group, Citigroup

2. Peyton Patterson - Chairman, President & CEO, NewAlliance Bancshares

3. Amy Brinkley - Chief Risk Officer - Bank of America

4. Cece Sutton - EVP, Head of Retail Banking, Wachovia

5. Colleen Kvetko - President, CEO, Chairman, Fifth Third Bank, Florida

6. Patricia Moss - President & CEO - Cascade Bancorp

7. Doreen Woo Ho - President, Consumer Credit Group, Wells Fargo

8. Jill Denham - Vice Chair, Retail Markets, CIBC

9. Avid Modjtabai - EVP & Head of Internet Services Group, Wells Fargo

10. Elizabeth James - Vice Chairman & CIO, Synovus Financial


Other notable entries include:

14. Cathy Bessant - Chief Marketing Officer, Bank of America

16. Dina Dublon - EVP & CFO, JP Morgan Chase

18. Maura Markus - President, Citibank NA Retail Distribution Group, Citigroup

19. Barbara Desoer - Chief Technology, Services & Fulfillment Executive, Bank of America


The magazine has also published a list of the top 'women to watch' in 2004. Here's the Top 3 and a couple of other interesting entries:

1. Marion Sandler - Co-CEO, Golden West Financial

2. Carrie Tolstedt - Group EVP, Regional Banking, Wells Fargo

3. Heidi Miller - EVP, Treasury and Security Services, JP Morgan Chase

Coming in at:

8. Ellen Alemany - EVP, Commercial Business Group, President & CEO, CitiCapital, Citigroup

13. Faith Massingale - EVP, Consumer Value & Growth Markets, Citi Cards, Citigroup


Source - US Banker magazine

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