The $6.5 billion-asset bank said in a press release Thursday that it plans to transfer its common stock and senior notes to the NYSE from the Nasdaq.
Meta Financial Group in Sioux Falls, S.D., has filed to raise up to $26 million by selling common stock.
WASHINGTON The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. on Wednesday offered additional guidance to firms drafting resolution plans, this time focusing on strategies for cleaning up large subsidiaries.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is suing a Dallas company that the agency says misled customers into signing up for a "sham" credit card.
South Shore Bank in South Weymouth, Mass., has lined up its next president and chief executive.
Citizens Financial Group in Providence, R.I., is expanding its health care practice banking group for the second time this year.
State Street in Boston has split the positions of president and chief executive.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Wednesday it had filed a lawsuit against Sprint Corp., alleging it illegally processed improper third-party billing charges marking the first time the agency has pursued a telecommunications firm.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency says its cybersecurity exams already include many of the same requirements New York's financial regulator recently spelled out for assessments of state-chartered banks.
A U.S. program that backstops insurance companies' losses from acts of terrorism is set to end after the Senate adjourned without extending it.
The U.S. credit card industry continues its slow rebound from the financial crisis. In the second quarter, the number of open accounts rose by 24 million from a year earlier, while purchase volumes also increased significantly, according to a new report issued Wednesday by the American Bankers Association.
Federal regulators issued a rule Tuesday to bring U.S. capital and liquidity rules in line with a policy taking effect as early as Jan. 1 on international resolution procedures.
More than two dozen Senate lawmakers signed a letter this week that urges the Federal Housing Finance Agency to drop its proposal to tighten Federal Home Loan Bank membership rules.
George Engelke Jr., former chairman, president, and chief executive of the Astoria Financial in Lake Success, N.Y., has died.
Integrity Bancshares in Camp Hill, Pa., first approached S&T Bancorp about an $8 million loan before eventually agreeing to sell itself to the Indiana, Pa., company.