A stolen company laptop has left customers of Pioneers Savings Bank vulnerable, according to a consumer alert from the New York Department of Financial Services.
BlackRock has hired Andrew Marquardt as a managing director in its financial markets advisory group.
EagleBank in Bethesda, Md., priced a secondary offering of close to 2.5 million shares of common stock at $35.50 per share on Thursday.
WASHINGTON House Republicans reintroduced several hot-button bills this week, helping to set the stage for some of the political fights to come later in the year.
FCB Financial Holdings in Weston, Fla., has terminated its loss-share agreements with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
More than half of borrowers with home equity lines of credit that will reset this year have seriously underwater properties, and that risk is likely to grow further next year.
Loan demand continues to increase across the country, even though some economic sectors are still struggling, according to a report released Wednesday by the Federal Reserve Board.
Citigroup reached a deal to issue most of its global consumer credit and debit cards on MasterCard's network.
ICBA Bancard has allocated nearly $600,000 to support community banks as they navigate the transition to EMV chip-and-PIN cards this year, the wholly owned payment services subsidiary of the Independent Community Bankers of America announced this week.
Chicago is making headway on gaining relief from $60 million in swap termination payments owed to banks after Moody's Investors Service downgraded its general obligation credit last week, according to Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration.
KeyCorp has named Mark Danahy president of its mortgage operations. Danahy had been managing director of Citigroup's U.S. mortgage operation from July 2011 to May 2014 and, before that, was president and chief executive of PHH Mortgage.
Two years after Citigroup was punished for widespread foreclosure abuses, the bank is dealing with another misstep: Thousands of people who were entitled to settlement checks never got any money.
Farmers Capital Bank in Versailles, Ky., has been freed from a regulatory order.
Triumph Bancorp in Dallas has purchased several entities that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. retained after the failure of Doral Financial in Puerto Rico.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, countering criticism from members of Congress, said the central bank is trying to avoid being too cozy with the Wall Street firms it supervises and wants to ensure that regulators aren't afraid to confront the financial industry.