Harry Terris is American Banker's data editor. He was previously deputy editor for consumer finance and mortgages at the newspaper, and lead writer for American Banker's Morning Scan. Before American Banker, Terris ran the bank M&A data and analytics department at SNL Financial. He grew up in Washington, D.C., graduated from the University of Virginia with a BA in economics, and lives in New York.
Recent Stories From this Author
Who’s Being Irrational? Look at C&I Yields: Interactive Graphic
May 24, 2013 Banks have been blaming one another for recklessly chasing business loans. Data on portfolio yields and growth offers...
Longer Road to Normal (Higher) Credit Losses on Cards: Interactive Graphic
May 16, 2013 The latest monthly reports from credit card issuers provide more evidence that loss rates will stay abnormally low longer than...
Banks Making Less Money on More Volume: Interactive Graphic
May 15, 2013 Margin compression once again overpowered loan growth in the first quarter, sapping banks’ traditional source of revenue.
CEO Pay Hikes Sail Through Shareholder Votes: Interactive Graphic
May 9, 2013 In three years of “say-on-pay” votes since Dodd-Frank, investors have widely acquiesced to double-digit increases in bank...
Small Banks Lose Small-Business Loan Share: Interactive Graphic
May 8, 2013 Small banks’ perch in small-business lending is being steadily eroded by large, credit-card issuing competitors.
CEOs Get Another Raise, Just Not as Big, as Banks Flounder
April 30, 2013 Median chief executive pay raises slowed from the year before but look healthy compared with stagnant revenues and languishing...
Mortgage Hangover Far from Over at Big Banks: Interactive Graphic
April 18, 2013 B of A just recorded its lowest provision for buybacks of bad mortgages in years, and JPMorgan Chase has been reducing its...
Credit Card Blahs Loan Quality Stable, Business Stagnant: Interactive Graphic
April 15, 2013 Credit card delinquencies ticked down in March, and releases of reserves for loan losses boosted first quarter profits.
Bank Capital Payouts Recover Slowly: Interactive Graphic
April 11, 2013 Share buybacks have been dormant at big banks and dividends remain slim, but capital payouts are gaining momentum after this...
Loan Growth Nosedives in 1Q, Early Data Says: Interactive Graphic
April 9, 2013 Bankers cite still-tepid credit demand as lending loses momentum, and worries over deteriorating standards and pricing.
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