Insiders at regional and community banks have sold $1.4 billion of their own stock since the election; the corporate tax rate changes will hurt then help banks.
After such a period of collective euphoria following the November election, how does the manager of a large institution explain a declining stock price to investors?
TowneBank's acquisition of Paragon Commercial Bank would give it access to several North Carolina markets.
Depending whose money they're using, Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase either love subprime car loans or fear them.
Verizon’s Data Breach Investigation Report finds cybercriminals are focusing their efforts on banks’ web servers and websites.
With an ever-increasing number of unsecured devices connected to one another, the potential for cyber-attackers to overwhelm any organization is a clear and present danger.
The acquisition will provide South State with more than $3 billion in assets and a larger operation in North Carolina.
The fintech company Truebill, which already cancels recurring subscriptions at customers’ requests, is now challenging banks’ late fees and overdrafts.
The Sun Belt lender also increased fee income and kept expenses down in the first quarter.
The weakening car-loan market poses a big challenge for the Detroit-based lender, but it also could also present an opportunity, since other big banks are sharply reducing their exposure.
The Conference of State Bank Supervisors has sued the OCC before the agency has finalized the requirements for a fintech charter, fueling speculation state regulators are trying to delay deployment or scare away potential applicants.
The onslaught of regulatory actions against Ocwen may open the door for Nationstar to pick up a massive subservicing portfolio from the beleaguered servicer.
MidSouth also fired Cloutier's son as part of what it called a "transition plan already under way to improve” performance.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sued four online tribal lenders on Thursday for illegally collecting debts in 17 states where they are prohibited by state usury or licensing laws.
Joseph Evans will step down as CEO on June 1, though he will remain the company's chairman. Thomas Wiley, a longtime associate of Evans, is set to take the helm.
The Cincinnati bank's profit-improvement plan is as detailed as it gets, but there is an argument to be made it is heavy on metrics and light on vision.
Senate Banking Committee Chairman Mike Crapo and House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling said they believed an agreement on housing finance reform could be struck in this Congress.
Doug Bowers will serve as the permanent replacement for Steven Sugarman, who resigned in January.
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