The Epic Rise and Hard Fall of New
York's Taxi King
By Brian M. Rosenthal
Dec. 5, 2019
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The meeting scheduled for Dec. 12 will also include discussion of a proposal on the agency's definition of brokered deposits.
What was surprising is that, three month after he filed bankruptcy, his score was 614!
That’s a 116 point increase in his score in three months.
That’s while his bankruptcy case is still active, and long before he gets a Chapter 13 discharge.
So let’s hear no more about bankruptcy always trashing your credit score.
Setting worries about future credit issue aside allows you to focus on the health of your balance sheet and the peace that comes with reduced debts.
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With customers now having the opportunity to onboard across multiple devices and channels, or even through a call center, the likelihood of an inconsistent experience is drastically increased, Neal Keene of Intelledox says.
Bankers are disputing upstarts' claims customers don't like them, noting progress that traditional institutions have made in recent years.
Issuers have started adding metal to their credit cards; banks have been “slow” to add diversity in executive ranks, filings suggest.
The percentage of farm lenders losing money hit a six-year high in the third quarter, according to the FDIC.
The company will pay $122 million for six branches and nearly $1 billion in assets.
While digital channels are becoming more popular, many banks remain committed to highway advertising.
Wealthfront could roll out a debit card, automated bill pay and direct deposit in early 2020, Chief Executive Andy Rachleff said.
A day after House Democrats urged the banking agencies to unite behind a joint plan to update the Community Reinvestment Act, Senate Democrats worried that an impending proposal from the OCC and FDIC will reduce access to credit.
The Treasury secretary suggested a role for lawmakers in containing any fallout with financial contracts stemming from the transition to a new interest rate benchmark.
The largest U.S. bank will share data through application programming interfaces with a sometimes-controversial data aggregator.
The country's top six banks were sideswiped by rising provisions for soured loans and slumping capital markets.
In some cases bankers' willingness to close branches and cut staff is a testament to their company's strength.
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CEO Charlie Scharf said in a letter to Congress that a review is underway to determine how many customers were affected by confusion over monthly fees and that the bank will begin issuing refunds next year.
The regulator says the bank needs to address employee complaints and pay controls; the presidential hopeful would make it more difficult for banks to combine.
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In search of new sources of revenue now that it has slashed fees on stock trades, the brokerage giant could use the influx of deposits it will get from acquiring its rival to grow its loan portfolio and add new banking services.