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Victoria Finkle

Reporter

Victoria Finkle is a freelance business journalist based in Washington. She was previously on staff at American Banker for four years, covering Capitol Hill and consumer finance issues.

Recent Stories from This Author

Morning Scan: JPM to Settle Hiring Probe; PayPal, Visa Make Nice
July 22, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Strategic hiring: What's a few jobs among friends? JPMorgan Chase is expected to settle a probe...

Morning Scan: HSBC Banker Arrested in Forex Case
July 21, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Crackdown: A top banker was arrested on criminal charges Wednesday, but those looking for...

Morning Scan: Fallout from Republican Shot at Big Banks
July 20, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Catching fire: For a Depression-era law, the Glass-Stegall Act has certainly gone prime time in...

Morning Scan: New Support for Glass-Steagall; Brexit Maneuvers
July 19, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Strange bedfellows: Somehow, this year's presidential race just got even more baffling....

Morning Scan: More Bank Earnings; Trouble Brews Abroad
July 18, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Mixed bag: Bank of America's second-quarter results are better than analysts predicted, but...

Morning Scan: Mixed Bag for Citi, Wells Q2 Earnings
July 15, 2016 Hot off the presses: Citigroup and Wells Fargo reported Friday morning that they saw second-quarter profits fall from a year...

Morning Scan: JPM Earnings Outpace Expectations
July 14, 2016 Breaking News This Morning ... Earnings kickoff: JPMorgan Chase surprised investors with fairly strong second-quarter...

Morning Scan: SoFi Mulls Utah Bank Charter
July 13, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Future of banking: In fintech, as in life, it all comes full circle. While banks are rushing to...

Morning Scan: Wall Street Braces for Q2 Earnings Reports
July 12, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Headache du jour: This earnings season is all about lowering expectations. When JPMorgan kicks...

Morning Scan: Bitcoin Miner Reward Slashed in 'Halving'
July 11, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Holding steady: "Halving" sounds like it should be straight out of Lord of the Rings or The...

Morning Scan: Calls to Fix 'Bro Talk' Culture, Executive Pay
July 8, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... A new wrinkle: Reuters reports that a Swiss banking association is seeking to build a...

Morning Scan: Banks Take a Beating in the Markets
July 7, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Buy low, sell high: If you're heavily invested in bank stocks, best to shut down your browser,...

Morning Scan: Bank of England Taps Capital Buffer to Spur Loans
July 6, 2016 Big step: The Bank of England said Tuesday that it was relaxing capital requirements on the country's biggest banks in an...

Morning Scan: Barclays Bankers Found Guilty in U.K. Libor Case
July 5, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Justice, delayed: Several bankers are paying the price for misdeeds – albeit roughly a...

Morning Scan: Swipe Fees Battle Renewed; Soured Mortgages Remain
July 1, 2016 Editor's note: Morning Scan will not publish on Monday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day. We'll be back on Tuesday,...

Morning Scan: Stress Tests Round Two; GE Capital No Longer a SIFI
June 30, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Everybody breathe: That could have gone a whole lot worse. The Federal Reserve unveiled the...

Morning Scan: More Stress Ahead ... From the Fed and Brexit
June 29, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Big day: Banks could use some good news this week, but it remains to be seen whether there's any...

Morning Scan: Supreme Court Punts on Debt Collector Lawsuit
June 28, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Application Denied: Monday's verdict from the high court? Thanks, but no thanks. The Supreme...

Morning Scan: Private Equity Deep Dive; Brexit Fallout Continues
June 27, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Profiteering: For as much heat as the big banks get, some financial firms continue to operate...

Morning Scan: Brits Prep for EU Split; Banks Pass Stress Tests
June 24, 2016 Receiving Wide Coverage This is not a drill: Britain has voted to leave the European Union in a stunning outcome to...

'Capital Doesn't Matter. Confidence Is What Matters'
Christopher Whalen, senior managing director and head of research at Kroll Bond Rating Agency, discusses the sorry state of European banks, the missteps by European Union regulators and the potential ramifications for financial institutions in the U.S.
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