Carol Hayles’ departure from CIT leaves us with one less female CEO-CFO team in banking; even Supreme Court justices get manterrupted; a Google doodle celebrates a microlender; and Sen. Elizabeth Warren strikes a pose.
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Arm of World Bank to support environmentally friendly projects in developing markets
Citi has named David Chubak as head of global retail banking and mortgage for the global consumer bank, replacing Jonathan Larsen, who resigned late last year.
The San Francisco bank is adding $32 million to a previously announced agreement, and also extending it back to 2002, in the wake of a report on the roots of the firm’s sales scandal.