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Andy Peters

Andy Peters writes about regional banks, consumer finance and debt collections for American Banker. He also co-writes the Morning Scan column. He has previously written for Bloomberg and for the Daily Report, a legal newspaper in Atlanta. He got his start in journalism as an editorial intern for The New York Times. His Twitter handle is @AndyPetersAB

Recent Stories From this Author

Morning Scan: CFPB to Issue Mandatory Arbitration Proposal; Apple Pay Fraud
March 4, 2015 Wall Street Journal Is this the first wave of backlash to Apple Pay? Or was it simply to be expected that it was only a...

Morning Scan: Stressed About Stress Tests; Buffett Bites Bankers
March 3, 2015 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Nothing But Stress: Foreign banks are stressed about the stress tests. Deutsche Bank and...

Money Transfer Business Is on the Rise — Time to Get Out
March 2, 2015 International remittances grew at a number of banks last year, according to new data, but anti-money-laundering rules may make...

Santander Hires New U.S. Chief to Beef Up Customer Service and More
March 2, 2015 Banco Santander named a new chief executive for its unit that serves as the holding company for its U.S. retail bank,...

Morning Scan: Wells Fargo Caps Subprime Auto Lending; Holder's Deadline
March 2, 2015 Wall Street Journal The Dodd-Frank restriction on the Federal Reserve's authority to be a lender of last resort poses a...

Hudson City in N.J. Released from Enforcement Action
February 27, 2015 Hudson City Bancorp in Paramus, N.J., has been released from an enforcement action with federal regulators.

First Niagara Blames Employee 'Misconduct' for Inflated Reserves
February 24, 2015 First Niagara Financial Group in Buffalo, N.Y., overstated its allowance for loan and lease losses from the middle of 2013...

Morning Scan: Caution Signs Ahead for Rollback of Bank Regs; U.K. Bank Woes
February 23, 2015 Wall Street Journal Dark clouds are hovering over the effort to amend Dodd-Frank and other bank regulations, in some measure...

Morning Scan: Fears Raised on Hack of Phone-Card Maker; JPMorgan's Cyber Army
February 20, 2015 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Hacked Off: So much for mobile banking. The Dutch company Gemalto, the world's largest maker of...

Morning Scan: Timing of Interest-Rate Hike Questioned; Subprime Borrowing Booms
February 19, 2015 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Tapping the Brakes?: Hold your horses on that rate increase. According to analyses in the...

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