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    Capital One to acquire Discover in $35.3B deal

    The transaction would give a big boost to a bank well-known for its credit card component, yet lend regulatory gravitas and investment dollars to a struggling card network.

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    JPMorgan to pay nearly $350M over trade reporting errors

    The lender has agreed to pay the penalty to two U.S. regulators and is in “advanced negotiations” with a third, JPMorgan said in a filing Friday.

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    Goldman boosts David Solomon’s pay 24% to $31M

    The bank rewarded its CEO for leading a retreat from consumer lending, despite a 24% dip in net income on the year. The package likely makes Solomon the U.S.'s third-best-paid bank CEO.

  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) speaks during a Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs committee hearing on January 11, 2024 in Washington, DC.
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    Warren probes Zelle scam policy

    Three senators, including Elizabeth Warren, asked Zelle owner Early Warning Services to provide detailed information about its fraud reimbursement policy.

  • The Federal Reserve building is seen January 22, 2008 in Washington, DC.
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    Cross-border payments remain focus for Fed

    Tools that “automate processes, reduce costs and promote effective safeguards across jurisdictions” may help improve cross-border payments, a Federal Reserve official said last week.

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    Wells Fargo fake-accounts consent order lifted by OCC

    The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said the bank’s “safety and soundness” and its compliance with regulations have prompted the agency to terminate the 2016 consent order.

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    Dive Deposits: Regulators, bankers talk about NYCB without saying its name

    The Fed's vice chair for supervision pledged more scrutiny of CRE portfolios and a closer look when banks cross a certain asset threshold.

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    Deutsche Bank ups its in-office work requirements

    Managers will be required to work in the office four days a week, and others will be required to be present three days a week, starting in June.

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    Fed unveils 2024 stress test scenarios

    The results of the stress test, which will include 32 banks instead of 23 compared to last year, are expected to be out in June, the Federal Reserve said. 

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    JPMorgan, State Street exit Climate Action 100+ coalition

    BlackRock also revised its membership after the coalition announced its “phase 2” requirements that signatories enhance their corporate disclosure and implement climate transition plans.

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    Citi to monitor how often private bankers make client calls: report

    The lender wants its private bankers to contact its clients at least once every 90 days and record in detail the conversations, the Financial Times reported Wednesday.

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    Viva Wallet CEO sues JPMorgan, claiming bank is limiting growth

    Haris Karonis alleges JPMorgan, which owns 48.5% of Viva, is seizing on "perverse incentives" that allow the bank to take full control of the fintech if its value falls below €5 billion next year.

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    Morgan Stanley to cut several hundred wealth management jobs: reports

    Affected employees — mostly non-customer-facing employees and a number of roles made redundant by the E*Trade deal — could be notified this week, sources told The Wall Street Journal.

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    RBC’s City National cuts about 100 employees

    The job reductions come in addition to a 5% headcount trim the Los Angeles-based bank’s parent company put in place during the quarter that ended Oct. 31.

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    HTLF sheds its Montana footprint

    The Denver-based institution sold six of its branches in Big Sky Country to Kalispell-based Glacier Bank and three others to Miles City-based Stockman Bank.

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    PNC wants to open 100 new branches by 2028

    The bank pledged to invest roughly $1 billion to open locations in cities such as Dallas, Denver and Houston, and to renovate existing branches.

  • An employee gets into his car after arriving to work to a shuttered Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) headquarters in Santa Clara, California.
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    IRS sues FDIC to get $1.45B in SVB back taxes

    The amount covers corporate income and employment taxes due between 2020 and 2023, but is an estimate because a review of the tax returns is ongoing, the IRS said. The FDIC has denied SVB’s entire tax claim.

  • A Banco Santander's logo is seen at a bank's branch before a news conference to announce the 2019 results on January 29, 2020 in Boadilla del Monte, in Madrid, Spain.
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    Santander says no breaches of US sanctions found in internal review: reports

    The Spanish bank conducted an internal review following a Financial Times report that money held there violated sanctions held by the U.S. against Iran, according to a memo seen by Bloomberg and Reuters.

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    SoLo Funds nears 2M users

    The peer-to-peer lending platform has faced some regulatory backlash, but a study from London's Centre for Economics and Business Research shows it's cheaper than many other subprime options.

  • Plaid names Cloudflare vet as its first president ahead of ‘eventual’ IPO

    The fintech's hiring of Jen Taylor, Cloudflare's ex-chief product officer, comes months after Plaid appointed its first CFO and named another executive as head of Europe.

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    Bank of America customer data exposed in IT provider breach

    A threat actor compromised Infosys McCamish Systems in November, affecting more than 57,000 Bank of America customers.

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    Bank lobbyists ride a 15-year high

    Thanks in part to a contentious capital requirements proposal, banks — especially midsize ones — have their highest lobbyist headcount since 2008, according to OpenSecrets.

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    Citi faces rebukes, new orders from regulators: report

    The Federal Reserve sent three notices late last year instructing the lender to improve its data and governance, Reuters reported.

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    NYCB insiders bought 200K shares. Is this the show of confidence the bank needs?

    One analyst highlights the bank’s willingness to “eat their own cooking.” But others have their eye on commercial real estate, NYCB’s rapid growth and a tinge of Signature deja vu.

  • A 'Citi' sign is displayed outside Citigroup Center near Citibank headquarters in Manhattan on December 5, 2012 in New York City.
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    Citi moves deeper into e-commerce through digital couponing

    The bank recently launched a browser extension that searches for coupons on merchant checkout pages, suggests applicable codes and can activate cash-back offers.