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On 6 April 2017, the new Insolvency Rules come into force which will affect creditors’You Snooze You Lose - Newspaper Headline rights in most insolvency procedures.

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Experian and Finicity have released a product that aims to speed up decisions on mortgage applications, using financial data aggregation technology.

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Cash that flowed from Russia through a vast money-laundering network sometimes ended up passing through the world's largest banks, including Citigroup, Bank of America, and HSBC, the Guardian reported, citing a cache of financial records it reviewed.

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The Justice Department files a court brief to give the president power to remove agency director at will; feud threatens bitcoin.

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1 week 13 hours ago

President Trump’s proposed cuts to programs providing credit options for low-income and underserved communities would have a particularly negative effect in states that voted for him.

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U.S. bank regulators have tentatively agreed to ease an appraisal requirement that could help commercial real estate borrowers, said people familiar with talks among the agencies.

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The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency can give lenders relief from the effects of a recent court decision over interest rate authority, but only if the agency chooses to do so.

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1 week 13 hours ago

On Dec. 31, 2016. Dollars in thousands.

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On Dec. 31, 2016. Dollars in thousands.

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Community bankers want a two-year span between exams for small banks in good standing. Regulators, however, are reluctant to revert to pre-crisis policies.

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The rapid advancement of social media platforms into the payments and finance markets, as well as millennials' devotion to apps like Venmo, were major factors driving a 47% increase in the U.S. digital person-to-person payments market last year.

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On Dec. 31, 2016. Dollars in thousands, except for average loan amount

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David Rockefeller, the U.S. banker, philanthropist, presidential adviser and heir to one of history’s most fabled fortunes, has died. At 101, he was the world’s oldest billionaire.

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1 week 13 hours ago

U.S Bank’s commercial Visa card customers can now use their smartphones to make corporate payments via Apple Pay, Android Pay or Samsung Pay.

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1 week 13 hours ago

A bank took the unusual step of suing the FDIC over its Camels rating of 4 in a case that could set an important precedent for the industry.

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1 week 13 hours ago

Customers of National Capital Bank in Washington wanted mobile banking with remote deposit capture, but the community bank first had to find a new CEO.

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The latest numbers underscore the extent of the challenge that the megabank faces in restoring its once-clean public image.

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David Cotney, former Massachusetts banking commissioner, will guide compliance for the New Jersey bank, a critical partner for many fintech startups.

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1 week 13 hours ago

The former chairman of Chase Manhattan Bank, who died Monday, displayed “great graciousness, even in periods of stress."

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