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Headlines for August 26, 2016


Credit Bureaus Are Making Lenders Buy Trended Data They Don't Need

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Why Subprime Mortgages Lend Themselves to Securitization

How BNY Mellon Became a Pioneer in Bots

Industry to CFPB: Start Over on Arbitration Plan

Allowing Overdraft Fees Undermines Benefit of Prepaid Cards

Women in Banking: AI, VR for the Gender Gap; Lessons from Ex-Bankers

CFPB Fines First National Bank of Omaha for Add-On Products

Director at Citizens in Ohio Resigns Over Email Server Dispute

Mich. Bank Hires Principal Financial Officer After CFO Resigns

HARP to Form 'Bridge' to New Refi Option in '17, FHFA Says

ABA Rebuts White House, Says Dodd-Frank Hurt Small Banks

Astoria, with Sale in Limbo, Scrambles to Schedule Annual Meeting

Stonegate to Buy Insignia Bank in Fla. for $37M

Lenders Caught in Crossfire Between HUD and Its Watchdog

Will Tech Advances Hurt the Underbanked?
It's long been assumed that technology will help the financially underserved access the banking services they need. Christine Duhaime, founder of the Digital Financial Institute, a fintech think-tank, says this assumption is wrong.
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