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Jeanine Skowronski

Deputy Editor

Jeanine Skowronski is the Deputy Editor of BankThink, American Banker’s blog about ideas, trends, and other developments in financial services.  Prior to joining American Banker in 2012, she was a consumer finance reporter for TheStreet, covering banks, card issuers and payments methods.

Recent Stories From this Author

Attributes of the Successful Bank Branch
April 28, 2014 If bankers want their branches to be successful, they’ll have to start thinking beyond cost-efficiency, says Paul Seibert,...

Morning Scan: More JPM Reshuffling; Is Square for Sale?
April 21, 2014 Receiving Wide Coverage ... JPM Shuffle: Shao Zili, JPMorgan Chase's chairman and chief executive in China, will step down...

Morning Scan: Earnings, Earnings, Earnings … and More Earnings
April 17, 2014 Editor's Note: Morning Scan will not publish on Friday, April 18 in observance of the Good Friday holiday. Receiving Wide...

Morning Scan: Bad Morning at B of A; Yellen Hints at More Bank Regulation
April 16, 2014 Breaking News This Morning ... B of A Earnings, Etc.: Bank of America reported a $276 million loss compared with a $1.48...

Morning Scan: Not So Fast, Citi; Facebook Eyes Mobile Payments
April 15, 2014 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Second Look at Citi: Don't be fooled by Citi's earnings. General consensus among news outlets is...

Morning Scan: Citi Surprises; More Say on Executive Pay
April 14, 2014 Breaking News This Morning ... Citi Earnings: Citigroup reported a 4% rise in quarterly profits year-over-year, besting...

Morning Scan: So, Basically, B of A Has Been Pulling a JPM in Recent Months
April 4, 2014 Receiving Wide Coverage ... B of A Nears CFPB Settlement: Anonymice tell their favorite news outlets that Bank of America is...

States Probe Data Breach at Experian Unit: Report
April 3, 2014 State attorneys general are investigating a data breach at a subsidiary of Experian that gave criminals access to consumers’...

Morning Scan: Masters Exits JPM; Citi's Mexican Unit Fraud Problems Spark Crime Inquiry
April 3, 2014 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Another Big JPM Exit: Well, Jamie Dimon's C-Suite is certainly … dynamic. Following very recent...

Morning Scan: More Big Bank Personnel Changes; Goldman Faces EU Fine
April 2, 2014 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Lots (and Lots) of Personnel Changes: News broke late yesterday that Wells Fargo was shuffling...

Morning Scan: Let's All Talk About High-Speed Trading
April 1, 2014 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Yellen Speech: Janet Yellen gave her first public speech as Federal Reserve chair Monday....

Morning Scan: Another Forex Probe; RBS Close to Naming New CFO
March 31, 2014 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Swiss Forex Probe: A Swiss watchdog has launched an investigation into whether eight banks...

Morning Scan Déjà Vu: Fed Rejects Citi's Capital Plan; B of A Settles Over Bad Mortgages
March 27, 2014 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Stress Tests, Part II: Citigroup bore the brunt of bad press associated with the Federal...

Banks Must Speak with One Voice on Financial Literacy: SunTrust's Delorier
March 26, 2014 Rilla Delorier, SunTrust's marketing chief, says banks need to work together to promote financial health and change behavior....

Morning Scan: Banks — Stress Tested, But Plans Not Yet Approved
March 21, 2014 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Stress Tested: The results of the Federal Reserve's stress tests are here and, wouldn't you...

Bankers, Beware of T-Mobile
March 20, 2014 T-Mobile's flexible pricing strategy is forcing its major telecommunications competitors to change. Bankers should take note,...

Morning Scan: Yellen Presser Rattles Markets; JPM Commodities Deal, Day Two
March 20, 2014 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Different Fed Chair, Slightly Different Story: The Federal Reserve, pretty much as expected,...

Morning Scan: JPM Agrees to Sell Commodities Unit; Barclays Bonus Shaming
March 19, 2014 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Sold: Well, we knew this was coming. Anonymice are telling their favorite news outlets JPMorgan...

Morning Scan: Amex's Business Travel Deal; Wall Street, Surprising No One, Rallies Against 'Big Bank' Tax
March 18, 2014 Receiving Wide Coverage ... Sold: American Express has sold half of its corporate travel business to a group of investors...

Wait, Branches Aren't Dead? ... and Other Surprises from #RB2014
March 17, 2014 A positive spin around branches will proliferate, as will talk about wearable tech. Oh, and expect tons of M&A -- between...