MUFG Union Bank will close 20 branches of the former Frontier Bank in Washington state.
Citizens Financial Group in Providence, R.I., has expanded its student loan-refinancing program to include more options for shorter loan terms.
Federal Reserve Gov. Daniel Tarullo told a Senate panel Friday that the agency is planning to issue a proposal early next year that would limit banks' participation in the physical commodities market.
Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc was fined 56 million pounds ($88 million) by British regulators for the 2012 collapse of its computer system that left millions of customers without access to their accounts for weeks.
Target Corp. is asking a federal judge to throw out claims by banks that had to deal with the consequences of a data breach that compromised at least 40 million credit-card accounts.
Promontory Financial Group announced Friday that it had given financial awards to two small institutions that are expanding banking access to the underbanked.
BB&T's chief executive on Thursday warned his peers about the increasing risks being taken in commercial lending.
Consumer activists are targeting the use of arbitration clauses at Wells Fargo and PNC Financial Services Group.
The Financial Stability Oversight Council needs a more formal system for monitoring its process for designating nonbanks as "systemically important," a watchdog said Thursday.
The Federal Reserve announced two separate reviews Thursday to ensure that supervision of the largest banks is being handled correctly.
Fraternity Community Bancorp in Baltimore has agreed to add a director recommended by activist investor Joseph Stilwell.
The House Financial Services Committee has appointed five subcommittee chairs for the next Congress.
Alternative lender FastPay, which specializes in lending to digital media startups, received $15 million from newly formed Oak HC/FT, a $500 million growth-equity fund that invests in health care and financial technology.
A prominent labor group is pressing big banks and investment companies about their payment practices for executives who leave for government service.
Poage Bankshares in Kentucky disclosed that its chairman has died.