Top Women in Banking

   

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Top Women in Banking
Los Angeles is truly a national leader when it comes to influential women – and the field of banking is no exception. There are some particularly stellar bank industry thought leaders and trusted advisors in the LA region who happen to be women and we’ve alphabetically listed some of the best of them here, along with basic information about their careers, practice and some relevant recent successes they’ve achieved.

These are the women we chose to recognize for exceptional leadership, knowledge, skill and achievements in banking across the full spectrum of responsibility, exemplary leadership along with the highest professional and ethical standards, and for contributions to the Los Angeles business community at large.

Congratulations to the extraordinary women who made this list and thank you for working to keep the people and businesses of Los Angeles on the right financial track.

BITA ARDALAN - MUFG Union Bank, N. A.
ALMA BANUELOS - City National Bank
GAIL K. BERNSTEIN - PNC Business Credit
CLAUDIA BODAN - Commercial Bank of California
KAREN BROWN - First Bank
ALICE CARR - JPMorgan Chase
SHERRY CEFALI - Duff & Phelps Securities, LLC
KATHLEEN CHAPMAN - Torrey Pines Bank
JENNIFER DAVIS - TMC Financing
MARY DECKEBACH - First Republic Bank
JACKY DILFER - Business Finance Capital
HEATHER ELLISON - OneWest Bank
JANKI LALANI GANDHI - Lincoln International LLC
ANDI GARTEN - U.S. Bank
MICHELE HAVENS - Northern Trust
GRACE A. KANGDANI - Bank of America Business Banking - Los Angeles Metro
JOANNE KIM - Commonwealth Business Bank
KIYOUN KIM - IDB Bank
KAREN MILES - Houlihan Lokey
GWEN T. MILLER - City National Bank
DIEDRA PORCHÉ - JPMorgan Chase
SHAUNA SHALOM - EH National Bank
LAVON M. SHORT - Citizens Business Bank
SINDY SPIVAK - Bank of America Merrill Lynch
NICOLE SWAIN - First Choice Bank
DR. BETTY URIBE - California Bank & Trust
LIZ WORDEN - First Republic Bank
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