By John Kell and Alan Murray
June 8, 2015

Deutsche Bank’s decision to replace co-CEOs, Anshu Jain and Juergen Fitschen over the weekend continues the disruption at the top of big banks.

 

 

Jain and Fitschen follow recent departures of Brady Dougan from Credit Suisse and Peter Sands from Standard Charter. In the U.S., most big banks have changed leadership since the financial crisis. One notable exception is Jamie Dimon at J.P. Morgan. That could be why he tied with Tim Cook as the most admired CEO among his Fortune 500 colleagues – he has managed to stay on the bucking bronco.

 

 

And speaking of co-CEOs, Fortune’s Adam Lashinsky profiles Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd in our new Fortune 500 issue. Hurd was chased out of HP after his relationship with a marketing consultant surfaced, but has come back strong at the tech company. “I don’t think what I’m doing at Oracle has anything to do with redemption,” he says.

 

You can read the Hurd story here. Enjoy the day.

 

 

 

 

Alan Murray
@alansmurray
alan.murray@fortune.com

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