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Headlines for October 26, 2016

Wells Fargo's Reputational Crisis Is Unlike Any Other

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Are You My Banker, or a Computer?

Is Lending Club Late to the Auto-Finance Party?

KeyCorp's Results Generate Cautious Optimism for First Niagara Deal

CIT Hires Consultant to Help Speed Up Turnaround

Measure U.S. Banks' Credit Exposure to Deutsche Now

Banks Must Include Cybersecurity Incidents in SARs: Fincen

3Q Results

Lower Costs Padded Profit at Trustmark in Miss.

3Q Results

Capital One's 3Q Profit Falls on Costs to Build U.K. Refund Reserve

3Q Results

Rising Loan Losses Hold Down Profits at Discover

Federal Reserve Seeks Feedback on Faster Payments Security

3Q Results

Flagstar's Profit Improves on Drop in Value of Legal Settlement Liability

Cordray Reignites Bank-Fintech Fight After Comments on Data Sharing

Heartland Picks BMO Harris Banker to Lead Mortgage Group

Fees Boost MUFG's 3Q Profit, But Energy Woes Linger

CFPB's Cordray Puts Servicers on Notice Ahead of New Rules

Popular in Puerto Rico Posts Lower Profit on Loss-Share Ruling

Zions Posts Higher Profit on Fees, Cost Control

KeyCorp Earnings Take Hit from Merger-Related Expenses

Fannie Provides Key Details on Relief from Loan Buybacks

Another AI-Regtech Tie-Up, This One with Global Reach

Banks are just as vulnerable to the kind of nation-state cyberattack Yahoo suffered, and can avoid some of the mistakes it made, says Samuel Visner of the consulting firm ICF and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University.