Two U.S. Bank execs named some of the most powerful women in banking

The Minneapolis-based financial institutes vice chairman of payment services Pamela Joseph and executive vice president Leslie Godridge both ranked in this year's list compiled by American Banker magazine.
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The Minneapolis-based financial institutes vice chairman of payment services Pamela Joseph and executive vice president Leslie Godridge both ranked in this year's list compiled by American Banker magazine.

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