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Zions Bank executives make list of magazine's most powerful women in banking

Published October 14, 2013 8:51 pm

Banking • Zions also named one of the top teams for its female executives.
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Two Zions bank executives were named to "American Banker Magazine's" Most Powerful Women in Banking issue, and the bank itself was cited as one of the top teams of female executives.

LeeAnne Linderman, Zion's executive vice president of retail banking, was named one of the 25 most powerful women in banking and ranked 19th. She is in charge of the company's network of 128 branches in Utah and Ohio as well as over the 172 ATMs and the online and mobile banking.

Lori Chillingworth, Zion's executive vice president of the small business division, was named by the magazine as one of the 25 women to watch in banking. By streamlining the application process for SBA loans, Chillingworth oversees a system that produces more and faster approvals for loans.

Beth Mooney, CEO and chairwoman of KeyCorp, was ranked No. 1 on the magazine's list.

To see the complete lists, go to www.americanbanker.com.




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