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Global Banking News - 27 September 2011

BNY Mellon vice chairman, Karen Peetz, has been named the 'most powerful woman in banking' by American Banker magazine.

The award was announced following the annual ranking of women in the banking and finance industry. The financial performance of each organisation or woman-led division and each nominee's job responsibility, management style, crisis management skills, influence within the industry and charitable endeavours are some of the factors that are considered for the award.

Heather Landy, editor in chief of American Banker magazine, said, 'Karen Peetz personifies the attributes of powerful leaders. Beyond her corporate responsibilities, which make her powerful by anyone's definition, her intelligence, confidence and approachability have made her an influential force in the industry.'

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