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Kristin Broughton

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UMB Profits from M&A, Names CFO
July 26, 2016 UMB Financial in Kansas City, Mo., on Tuesday reported higher than expected quarterly profits due to loan growth from a recent...

Fifth Third Fires Top Legal Officer, Citing Conflict of Interest
July 25, 2016 Fifth Third Bancorp in Cincinnati has fired its chief legal officer over what it describes as a conflict of interest.

Bad Tech Loans Hamper Opus in Calif.
July 25, 2016 Problem technology credits drove down quarterly profits at Opus Bank in Irvine, Calif., which said it will pull back on tech...

The Wealth-Planning Psychologist Will See You Now
July 25, 2016 Though several banks have begun automating financial advice for smaller investors, some are also providing more personalized...

How Banks Are Co-Opting the Robo-Advisory Revolution
July 25, 2016 Once skeptical of robo advisers, retail banks are starting to embrace them. Several big banks are getting into the business,...

Santander Consumer Delays 2Q Results Over Accounting Questions
July 25, 2016 Santander Consumer Holdings USA on Monday delayed the release of its quarterly results amid ongoing accounting woes.

Boston Private Profit Off 7% as Wealth Business Slumps
July 21, 2016 Boston Private Financial Holdings on Thursday reported a lower second- quarter profit amid broader declines in its wealth...

BB&T's King Backs Dimon's Call to Scrap Earnings Guidance
July 21, 2016 Kelly King, BB&Tís chairman and chief executive, said during his companyís quarterly conference call that he supported the...

Private Bancorp Profit Rises on Double-Digit Loan Growth
July 21, 2016 Strong commercial loan growth drove an 8% year-over-year increase in Private Bancorp's second-quarter profit.

Lease Financing Drives Profits at BankUnited in Fla.
July 20, 2016 BankUnited in Miami Lakes, Fla., on Wednesday reported higher quarterly profits, driven in part by an uptick in fee income...

Goldman Sachs Feels the Pain of Paying Up for Deposits
July 19, 2016 The investment banking firm's GS Bank unit has added a large number of consumer deposits since spring, but its success hasn't...

A Silver Lining on Brexit? U.S. Bancorp's Davis Thinks So
July 15, 2016 U.S. Bancorp could see a slight uptick in revenue in its payments business after the U.K.'s decision to leave the European...

Battered Regionals Pledge to Keep Fighting Against Tough Conditions
July 15, 2016 It's liable to be an uphill climb as banks try to boost revenue and hold profit steady over the rest of the year. Here's why.

U.S. Bancorp Profit Rises on Card Revenue
July 15, 2016 U.S. Bancorp in Minneapolis reported higher quarterly profit boosted by increased fee revenue from credit and debit cards.

Fifth Third's CRA Downgrade Could Restrict M&A
July 14, 2016 The $140 billion-asset company disclosed Thursday in a regulatory filing that the Federal Reserve Board downgraded its...

How Much Is JPM's Deposit Juggernaut Hurting Smaller Banks?
July 14, 2016 JPMorgan posted strong gains in consumer deposits and mobile users, and other big banks are expected to do the same. It could...

Appeal to Middle-Aged Ex-Bankers: Please Come Back
July 13, 2016 JPMorgan Chase, Barclays and other big financial institutions are offering paid internships to members of the sandwich...

Santander Consumer Names Ex-CFTC Chief Its Chairman, Replacing Blythe Masters
July 12, 2016 Santander Consumer Holdings in Dallas on Tuesday appointed William Rainer chairman, and it announced that Blythe Masters has...

Comerica, B of A Towers in Dallas Closed Amid Shooting Probe
July 8, 2016 Comerica and Bank of America closed their downtown Dallas headquarters on Friday, amid an investigation into the fatal...

The Epic Summer Road Trip to Loosen Up a Big Bank's Image
July 7, 2016 Calling the crazy-idea department Ö a U.S. Bancorp-branded bus is more than halfway through a cross-country,...

'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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