Fentura Financial in Fenton, Mich., is the latest banking company to outline plans to sell common stock.
WASHINGTON House Republicans are urging the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to process a deluge of comment letters on the bureau's proposal to restrict small-dollar lending.
Carlyle Group has liquidated its remaining stake in Brand Group Holdings in Lawrenceville, Ga.
President-elect Donald Trump announced Friday that he is assembling a team of top business executives to provide input on how regulations and government policies are impacting economic growth and job creation.
Federal Reserve Gov. Daniel Tarullo strongly defended bank regulators responses to the 2008 financial crisis and faulted competing Republican proposals to replace the Dodd-Frank Act with a simpler, single leverage requirement as shortsighted.
Iberiabank in Lafayette, La., is planning to raise at least $255 million from a common stock offering.
Opus Bank in Irvine, Calif., continues to bolster its credit ranks following a surprising third-quarter loss.
Wells Fargo is making an exception to its retirement policy for its longtime general counsel, who plans to remain with the company indefinitely to deal with the fallout of the fake-accounts scandal.
Bank of New York Mellon has named two women executives from the energy and technology sectors to its board.
Radius Bank in Boston has bought a national equipment-finance business from NewStar Financial in Boston.
Unity Bancorp in Clinton, N.J., has a deal in place to sell $15 million in common stock over time.
WASHINGTON The House passed a bill Thursday 254-161 that would remove the strict $50 billion-asset threshold that subjects banks to tougher supervisory requirements, giving regulators more flexibility over what institutions are considered systemically important.
Democratic lawmakers introduced legislation Thursday that would prevent Wells Fargo from using arbitration agreements to settle claims made by victims of a fake account scandal that came to light in September.
First Colebrook Bancorp in Colebrook, N.H., has raised $5 million to exit the Small Business Lending Fund.
Wells Fargo has amended its bylaws to requires separate chairman and chief executive roles, the latest change in corporate policy after the bank's phony-accounts scandal.