Bankers on the Move at JPMorgan, Comerica, and U.S. Bank

Bankers on the Move at JPMorgan, Comerica, and U.S. Bank
Bankers on the move
JPMorgan Chase, Chief Financial Officer Marianne Lake was named CEO of the bank’s consumer lending division

Jennifer Piepszak, currently CEO of card services, was chosen to succeed Lake as CFO

Comerica in Dallas picked the successor to its longtime CEO Ralph Babb — it was Curtis Farmer, president of Comerica Bank and its holding company

Opus Bank also got a new leader, tapping Paul Taylor as its president and CEO

Royal Bank of Scotland CEO Ross McEwan announced he would be stepping down within a year

After consolidating its digital team, U.S. Bank named Derek White, a veteran of BBVA and Barclays, as its leader. White will report to Chairman and CEO Andy Cecere and be a member of the company’s managing committee.

Synchrony Financial in Stamford, Conn., promoted its chief financial officer, Brian Doubles, to a new role overseeing its expansion beyond banking and cobranded credit cards.

Susan Riel was named Eagle Bancorp's permanent CEO on May 6, after holding the interim CEO title at the Bethesda, Md., company.

First Bank in Creve Coeur, Mo., has a new leader. Shelley Seifert was named chairman and CEO of the bank and its holding company, FB Corp.

Regions Financial in Birmingham, Ala., hired a fraud specialist away from rival BBVA Compass, the bank announced May 9. Lee Byrd has been named head of fraud, the $129 billion-asset Regions said.

Citigroup President Jamie Forese, a 34-year veteran of the bank and its No. 2 executive after CEO Michael Corbat, announced his retirement April 12 “following a changing of the guard atop a bank that has spent the decade since the financial crisis in recovery.”

Murli Buluswar joined Citi as head of analytics and information management for U.S. consumer banking.

Tracey Warson would be promoted June 3 to a newly created role as chairman of Citi Private Bank, North America.