Eight JPMorgan Chase executives top American Banker’s “Most Powerful Women” List

Sep 25, 2017

American Banker has released its 15th annual rankings of the Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance — as well as Women to Watch — and eight senior leaders from JPMorgan Chase were named to the lists.

For the second straight year, Asset & Wealth Management CEO Mary Erdoes has been named No. 1 in the Most Powerful Women in Finance list. Chief Financial Officer Marianne Lake ranks No. 2 again in the Most Powerful Women in Banking list.

Consumer Banking CEO Thasunda Duckett rose eight spots to No. 2 in the Top 25 Women to Watch list.

Considered one of the industry's most prestigious honors, the annual program recognizes the professional achievements, personal tenacity and overall influence of top-performing female executives.

Below are the rankings from American Banker.

Most Powerful Women in Finance, No.1: Mary Callahan Erdoes, CEO, Asset & Wealth Management

Most Powerful Women in Finance, No. 10: Joyce Chang, Global Head of Research

Most Powerful Women in Finance, No. 14:— Kelly Coffey, CEO, U.S. Private Bank

Most Powerful Women in Finance, No. 17: Liz Myers, Head of Global Equity Capital Markets

Most Powerful Women in Banking, No. 2— Marianne Lake, Chief Financial Officer

Most Powerful Women in Banking, No. 6 — Sandie O'Connor, Chief Regulatory Affairs Officer

Most Powerful Women in Banking, No. 12: Stacey Friedman, General Counsel

The 25 Women to Watch, No. 2: Thasunda Duckett, CEO, Consumer Banking

 

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