Martinsville’s New College Institute has partnered with Amazon Web Services to offer a program on cloud computing skills.
- Citigroup announced that Jane Fraser will succeed Mike Corbat as Citigroup’s CEO. Fraser will be the first woman to lead a major US bank.
- Fraser’s promotion could create opportunities for more women leaders in finance.
- Most people are still biased to think of leaders as men.
- In 2019, just 21.9% of leaders within US financial services firms were women, according to a Deloitte analysis. Women make up more than half of financial-services employees in the US.
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On Thursday, Citigroup announced that Jane Fraser would succeed Mike Corbat as CEO when he retires in February 2021.
Fraser is currently the president of Citigroup and the CEO of Global Consumer Banking. She’ll be the first woman to lead a major US bank. And her promotion could change the career trajectories of many women in finance today — or so the research says.