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No major bank CEO thinks a female or person of color is likely to succeed them

No major bank CEO thinks a female or person of color is likely to succeed them
Associated Press



Not a single major bank CEO expressed confidence that their successor would 'likely' be a female or person of color.




Democratic Rep. Al Green asked the question during the Congressional hearings Wednesday.




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"If you believe that your likely successor will be a woman or a person of color, would you kindly extend a hand into the air?" Democratic Rep. Al Green asked the CEOs of seven of the country's largest banks. Not a single one raised his hand while testifying before the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday.
The CEOs were hauled in front of Congress for nearly seven hours to give testimony on a wide variety of issues. Participating in the hearings were the following CEOs:



Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon




Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat




JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon




Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman




Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan




State Street CEO Ronald O'Hanley




Bank of New York Mellon CEO Charles Scharf
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