A panel of federal appeals court judges reversed a district court’s decision on the NCUA’s controversial field-of-membership rule, but saw merit in bankers’ claims of potential redlining.
The company has agreed to buy Albany Bancshares, which has four branches near the Iowa border.
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After two regulatory agencies adopted final revisions to the rule, Dodd-Frank defenders expressed concern that the amendments to the proprietary trading ban undermined the post-crisis statute.
The agency is trying to update its rate-cap policy for institutions that fall below "well-capitalized." But it remains to be seen if the proposed changes fully address community bankers' concerns.
This past decade has seen a dramatic increase in the aging of our population. Additionally, with our bankruptcy and consumer practice, we have seen a tremendous increase in the number of our senior citizens struggling with debt. Against that backdrop, attorney Connie Glass has devoted the majority of her professional life helping and assisting our elder citizens. In fact, her law firm is named, appropriately enoug
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Analysts and big investors say they cannot advocate buying more shares until the bank installs a leader with the authority to lay out a plan for the future. However, speculation about potential candidates has quieted.
As major U.S. cities continue to implement contactless tap-and-go acceptance to collect transit fares, at least one bank sees this trend as an opportunity to put its cards on center stage.
Apple is expanding the list of merchants where Apple Card users may earn 3% cash back, starting with Uber.
The agencies had proposed an "accounting prong" as an alternative means to determine which proprietary trades are banned, but their final rule heeded industry concerns that that would be worse than the current approach.
The Louisiana company will enter two new markets after it buys the locations.
Proponents of a plan to get the Postal Service more involved in banking say it would restore profitability. Actually it would lose more money.
Community First will pay $40 million in cash for the parent of Affinity Bank.
Judge Furman has dismissed the federal RICO charges, and the case may be headed to state court. Our chances of actually finding out if McKinsey flouted rule 2014 (and § 327) are looking increasingly dim:
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The power couple wants to help turn Acorns Grow from a niche app into a megabank; with many floating-rate loans, regionals’ profits drop as yields slip.
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Following an article by American Banker and ProPublica that detailed how political appointees weakened the penalties paid by two large banks, the Massachusetts senator is demanding more information from the Justice Department.
If you’re planning on buying a home, you want to make sure you’re doing it for the right reasons. Depending on your lifestyle, determining whether or not you should buy a house could be a tough decision. 3 Things To Consider Before Buying A Home There are numerous things to consider before diving head-first into......
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Regulatory efforts to protect consumers from harassment and robocalling are forcing big changes. Attorney Quyen Truong at Stroock & Stroock explains.
I do blog on this topic, but, not too much. Methinks. The creditor lobby tells Congress bankruptcy is too easy, greedy lawyers push people into it, yada, yada, yada. The truth is, bankruptcy filings are related to the total outstanding amount of consumer debt. Whenever...
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