Synechron, a consulting firm to the financial services industry, has acquired London-based consulting firm Crossbridge.
Santander Group, the Spanish banking giant, has invested several million dollars in Ripple, one of the most prominent startups in the hotly discussed field of distributed-ledger technology.
Hancock Holding in Gulfport, Miss., has agreed to buy a portfolio of health care loans from United Community Banks in Blairsville, Ga.
After unveiling an online loan for subprime borrowers in July, ZestFinance announced Tuesday that it has raised $150 million in debt to finance the products growth.
Bank of Nova Scotia's online platform will introduce its first credit card Tuesday, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
First Cecilian Bancorp in Cecilia, Ky., has agreed to buy Farmers Bancshares in Hardinsburg, Ky.
The Federal Reserve Board said Monday that it would reopen its public comment period on Goldman Sach's pending acquisition of roughly $16 billion in online deposits from GE Capital, citing a need for greater public examination of the deal.
CenterState Banks in Davenport, Fla., has agreed to buy Community Bank of South Florida in Homestead.
Citigroup said it will cut back on financing for coal mining projects, in the latest blow to the industry that's viewed as a key contributor of global warming.
The New York State Department of Financial Services on Monday gave a third virtual currency company the green light to begin operations in the state.
The $210 billion-asset company said in a press release Friday that CRC Insurance Services, its wholesale insurance unit, would buy Connecticut Underwriters Inc. in Middletown.
Lebanthal Holdings, the family-owned wealth management firm run by Alexandra Lebenthal, has hired former Ally Bank chief Barbara Yastine to be co-chief executive.
Banc of California in Irvine has agreed to buy a Santa Ana office building for $77 million for its headquarters.
C1 Financial in St. Petersburg, Fla., is reportedly looking to sell itself.
A bank failure in Georgia and then another in Washington state late Friday were estimated to cost the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. nearly $25 million.