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  • Citi CEO Jane Fraser joins a meeting hosted by U.S. President Joe Biden with corporate chief executives and members of his cabinet to discuss the looming federal debt limit in the South Court Auditorium in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on October 06, 2021 in Washington, DC.
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    Citi leans on tech modernization to fix data quality management failings

    Days after federal regulators hit the bank with more than $135 million in fines, CEO Jane Fraser said Citi's transformation efforts addressed "decades of underinvestment."

  • Serena Williams attends a film premiere
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    Why Morgan Stanley teamed with Disney to sponsor a Serena Williams docuseries

    CMO Alice Milligan explains how the move was a natural fit for a financial services marketer that has made amplifying women’s sports a priority.

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    Dive Deposits: It was Citi’s week and, arguably, everybody won

    The bank shook off fresh penalties by reporting skyrocketing revenue in its banking unit. It’s no wonder Citi granted $41 million to its banking chief. But a rival for that job may be glad he left.

  • Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf
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    Wells Fargo cites customer movement as net interest income drops

    The bank looked for a boost from higher fees in investment banking as it aims to reduce its reliance on net interest income.

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    Bain, Reverence to acquire Envestnet in $4.5B deal

    The transaction, expected to close in the fourth quarter, will take the publicly traded wealth technology platform private.

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    Banks should proactively tackle instant payments fraud: BNY

    Use of data-sharing protocols among banks could warn customers before they send money, said Carl Slabicki, a BNY executive.

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    Citi to pay $135.6M in new penalties over 2020 orders

    The bank has made insufficient progress toward resolving nagging data quality, risk management and internal control issues, the OCC and Federal Reserve said Wednesday.

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    Senators press Jamie Dimon on alleged climate turnabout

    The lawmakers, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-MA, demanded answers from the JPMorgan Chase CEO on the bank's environmental "commitments" and "aspirations."

  • RBC shakes up C-suite, splits personal and commercial banking

    A spate of moves appears to elevate Neil McLaughlin as a contender to succeed Dave McKay as CEO, but that transition may not be soon. The bank did not disclose the future of its still-interim CFO.

  • Tim Scott speaks during a Senate hearing
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    Senators grill FDIC chair nominee Goldsmith Romero

    The CFTC commissioner aiming to replace Martin Gruenberg pledged Thursday during a Senate committee hearing to bring accountability to an agency reeling from toxic-culture allegations.

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    Archegos founder found guilty of fraud, market manipulation

    Bill Hwang was found guilty of 10 out of 11 criminal counts, while former CFO Patrick Halligan was found guilty of all three counts he faced, including fraud and racketeering.

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    First Citizens’ poaching claims against HSBC largely dismissed

    A judge allowed claims alleging theft of trade secrets and breach of contract to proceed. First Citizens claimed an SVB alum hatched a plan to persuade more than 40 employees to follow him to HSBC.

  • The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. headquarters in Washington, D.C.
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    Bank-fintech guidance needs more clarity, FDIC’s McKernan says

    “Rules of the road” for bank-fintech tie-ups could help banks that partner with fintechs better manage third-party risks, he said.

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    MoneyLion doubles down on AI to bolster customer experience

    The fintech's gen AI-powered search engine, currently in beta, is set to be launched by end of summer, CEO Dee Choubey said. 

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    Citi vet joins Blackstone’s credit unit

    Tyler Dickson was seen as a contender to lead Citi’s banking unit. He left the bank after JPMorgan alum Viswas Raghavan was hired for the role.

  • A close-up photo of Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell shows him speaking into a microphone and gesturing.
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    Warren presses Fed’s Powell on bank exec compensation

    The central bank chair engaged in a heated back-and-forth with the senator, and also weighed in on CRE, Chevron deference and liquidity in hearings this week.

  • A sign hangs above an entranceway to a Capital One Café on February 19, 2024, in Miami, Florida.
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    Capital One leans on its cloud maturity to support AI adoption

    “It's difficult to imagine doing AI at scale without a solid foundation of experience using and scaling applications in cloud,” said Aparna Sinha, the bank’s senior vice president and head of AI product.

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    Former FTX execs Wang, Singh to be sentenced this fall

    Both cooperated with the prosecution and testified against their former colleague, Sam Bankman-Fried. This will "very likely" reflect in their sentences, one attorney told Banking Dive.

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    Fifth Third fined $20M over fake accounts, auto repossessions

    The Cincinnati bank must compensate roughly 35,000 harmed consumers. The CFPB settlement resolves a March 2020 lawsuit that asserted the bank created fake accounts and used an aggressive “cross-sell” strategy.

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    FDIC downgrades Forbright Bank’s CRA score

    The demerit stems from a relationship the bank had with a third party that ended more than two years ago, a source familiar with the evaluation said.

  • Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, wearing a suit and tie, addresses senators with a microphone in front of him and people behind him.
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    Powell: Capital requirements changes should face public comment

    The Federal Reserve chair told senators Tuesday it’s his preference to seek public comment on a revised capital requirements proposal, and the Fed is working to get the FDIC and OCC on board.

  • TD Bank at One Vanderbilt
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    TD names Citi vet next compliance chief

    Erin Morrow replaces Monica Kowal, who left the bank July 2. Two of the three highest-ranking TD execs assigned to fix compliance management framework deficiencies have left in recent days.

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    Discover to settle card misclassification class actions for $1.2B

    The card company has warned it could face further financial toll related to the issue, in which it overcharged merchants for years.

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    Lawmakers egg on US payments system expansion

    A bipartisan group is nudging the Federal Reserve to explain why it can’t speed up a plan to extend the operational availability of the U.S. payments system.

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    Crypto theft doubles to $1.38B in 2024’s first half

    The May theft of more than $300 million in Bitcoin from Japanese crypto exchange DMM Bitcoin is the largest digital currency heist so far this year.