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    BNY Mellon digital chief to depart in April

    The bank did not identify Roman Regelman’s successor in its securities filing. His departure is set for April 15.

    By March 11, 2024
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    JPMorgan to launch biometric checkout next year

    The bank’s payments unit plans to engage in more pilots this year before rolling out the checkout service broadly next year, said Prashant Sharma, JPMorgan’s executive director of biometrics and identity solutions.

    By March 11, 2024
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    Trendline

    Top 5 stories from Banking Dive

    Banks brace to see if commercial real estate exposure will trigger a rerun of last year’s crisis. And regulators face a mountain of comments from the most contentious proposed rule in decades.

    By Banking Dive staff
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    Otting could make $5.75M in first year as NYCB CEO

    Alessandro DiNello will receive a base salary of $500,000 per month for his work as NYCB's executive chair, the bank said in a filing. He'll return to a nonexecutive role April 1.

    By March 11, 2024
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    Regional bank execs push back on CRE risk fears

    The banking sector relearns every 15 years not to overly concentrate its balance sheet in one area, Fifth Third CEO Tim Spence said. Meanwhile, Citizens Bank expects its CRE loan losses to peak at the end of this year.

    By March 11, 2024
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    Huntington dives deeper into Texas

    Local banking industry veteran Clint Bryant will lead Huntington’s Texas commercial charge, starting with Dallas.

    By March 8, 2024
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    OCC clears U.S. Bank from MUFG Union consent order

    The enforcement action, for failing to meet federal IT security guidelines, was issued just one day before U.S. Bank announced its $8 billion acquisition of MUFG Union.

    By March 8, 2024
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    Deep Dive

    A year after SVB, what’s improved and what needs work?

    Banking Dive looks at six factors — from upcoming regulations to commercial real estate — to see how the landscape has changed between the crises of 2023 and 2024.

    By March 8, 2024
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    NYCB names ex-OCC chief Otting as CEO

    Former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will take a seat on the bank's board after his Liberty Strategic Capital and other investors infused NYCB with $1.05 billion.

    By March 7, 2024
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    Citi hires BofA vet Plaus to lead North America private bank

    Don Plaus had announced his retirement from BofA's Merrill Lynch a year ago but had to delay his plans when Andy Sieg announced he was leaving. Plaus' hire reunites the two at Citi.

    By March 7, 2024
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    Powell predicts CRE woes will hit smaller banks hardest

    The Federal Reserve, bankers and commercial real estate executives have warned of turbulence as property owners struggle to refinance debt at higher rates.

    By Jim Tyson • March 7, 2024
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    How banks, fintechs can navigate regulatory challenges in BaaS space

    Banks have a responsibility to treat their customers fairly because they deal with people’s money, said the CEO of Synctera, a partner of Lineage Bank, which was recently hit with an FDIC consent order over BaaS.

    By March 6, 2024
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    U.S. Bank mandates 3 days a week in the office

    This marks a shift in policy from optional, a year and a half after CEO Andy Cecere told employees their presence was preferred.

    By March 6, 2024
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    Dive Deposits: TD gives its AML woes long-haul messaging

    The bank's First Horizon stumble is as woven into its fabric as the Revlon error is for Citi, or the fake-accounts scandal is for Wells Fargo, if one looks at TD's responses to analysts.

    By March 6, 2024
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    Truist taps Citi muni veterans to strengthen its team

    The move comes as Citi prepares to leave the municipal bond market by the end of this month to focus its attention on increasing profit amid its company-wide reorganization.

    By March 4, 2024
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    Santander cuts roughly 320 US jobs: reports

    Many of the layoffs are centered on the bank’s retail operations, ahead of the expected launch of a fully digital platform in the U.S. this summer.

    By March 4, 2024
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    West Virginia warns Citi, TD, others over fossil-fuel stances

    BMO, HSBC, Fifth Third and Northern Trust also received notices that the state would add them to a restricted financial institution list over alleged "boycotts."

    By Lamar Johnson • March 1, 2024
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    Investors back out of $35M deal with Republic First

    The bank failed to meet the terms of their agreement by the deadline, Norcross-Braca Group said. The bank said it remains adequately capitalized.

    By March 1, 2024
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    NYCB names DiNello as CEO, takes $2.4B impairment charge

    The bank appointed a chief risk officer and chief audit executive Friday, hours after SEC filings revealed material weakness in the review, oversight, risk assessment and monitoring of NYCB's lending.

    By March 1, 2024
  • 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 laying off 286 New York-based employees

    The staff cuts, set to take effect before May 3, encompass 239 employees in Citi’s primary banking unit, 44 in its global markets broker-dealer and three in a technology unit, according to WARN notices filed with the state.

    By Feb. 29, 2024
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    State Street to invest $100M in MDIs, CDFIs

    South Carolina-based Optus Bank and North Carolina-based Mechanics & Farmers Bank, two of the oldest Black-owned banks in the nation, are State Street’s first deposit partners for the program.

    By Feb. 29, 2024
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    Wells Fargo CFO calls commercial real estate a ‘long movie’

    “We’re not at the beginning, but ... we still have a long way to go to really see the ultimate resolution of a lot of this,” Mike Santomassimo said in reply to a question from a UBS analyst at a conference.

    By Maura Webber Sadovi • Feb. 28, 2024
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    Fed denies TNB master account after 6 years

    Giving the bank a master account would “pose undue risk to the stability of the U.S. financial system and would adversely affect the Federal Reserve’s ability to implement monetary policy,” the Fed said. TNB CEO James McAndrews disagrees.

    By Feb. 27, 2024
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    Wells Fargo names JPMorgan veteran as vice chair

    Doug Braunstein, who led JPMorgan’s global M&A business among other roles in a two-decade stint, will focus on expanding Wells' corporate finance and advisory operations, the bank said.

    By Feb. 27, 2024
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    HTLF CEO to retire at year-end

    Bruce K. Lee will stay on in his role until the Denver-based bank finds a successor and will help with the transition. The bank this month announced it would sell off its retail presence in Montana.

    By Feb. 26, 2024
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    Citi taps JPMorgan veteran to lead banking unit

    Hiring Vis Raghavan, formerly CEO of JPMorgan’s Europe, Middle East and Africa business, gives Citi a permanent figurehead in a unit led temporarily by the retiring Peter Babej.

    By Feb. 26, 2024