Roughly a quarter of positions on executive management groups at 28 big U.S. banks were held by females in 2021, according to a brand-new report by credit ranking company DBRS Morningstar. The report discovered that 26% of executive management positions amongst the banks tested were held by females in 2015, up from 18% in 2014. One bank had a female CEO, with primary personnels officer being the only executive-level position where females remained in the bulk at 70%.
Women had more representation on boards of directors, representing 32% of board seats amongst the banks tested. Women held 22% of board seats in 2014.