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The McLean, Va.-based company admitted that it failed to file suspicious activity reports even in cases when it knew about criminal charges against specific customers.

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Weeks away from succeeding Michael Corbat, Jane Fraser said she’d consider streamlining some units or divesting others as part of her effort to kick-start return on equity.

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CEO Charlie Scharf’s long-awaited expense-reduction plan got a chilly reception from investors.

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South African bank's approach to chatbots offers lessons for U.S. players; small lenders embrace automation for latest PPP round; flush with capital, Canadian banks eye U.S. acquisitions; and more from this week's most-read stories.

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Cybersecurity remains a priority along with CARES Act compliance, flexibility for borrowers impacted by the pandemic and more.

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The Pittsburgh company intends to continue adding commercial offices and retail branches in markets it had been eyeing before agreeing to buy BBVA USA for $11.6 billion.

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The OCC had hit James Strother and other executives with civil charges a year ago in connection with the bank's phony-accounts scandal. His monetary penalty is lower than what the agency had first floated.

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JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon fired a warning shot Friday at financial technology upstarts such as Chime and Plaid.

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Federal relief efforts have minimized loan losses so far, but risks remain in credit card, auto and business lending. Many borrowers will need another lifeline to stay afloat until the economy rebounds, CEO Jamie Dimon says.

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Businesses owned by minorities and women got a head start this week in a new round of $284 billion funding, and early anecdotal evidence suggests stronger demand coming from these businesses.

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By Jeffrey C. Toole Partner, Bernstein-Burkley, P.C.

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State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) released its eagerly awaited 2021 proxy voting agenda earlier this week and, unsurprisingly, climate change risk and the lack of racial and ethnic diversity are among the investor’s top priorities.
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In these uncertain times, strengthening relationships with clients is the one thing front-line bankers can control.

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The California Democrat known for sharp questioning of executives was turned down for a waiver to serve on the Financial Services Committee by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., The Hill reported Thursday.

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However, it beat analysts' estimates thanks to a big reserve release, a smaller-than-expected rise in expenses and other factors.

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Some companies cut off the flow of cash to insurrectionists, while others put a halt to their political spending. Their actions came quickly after the events of Jan. 6.

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