The $447 million-asset Inland Northwest said Russell Lee will take over as CEO on June 29.
Southwest Bancorp in Stillwater, Okla., has agreed to buy First Commercial Bancshares in Edmond, Okla.
Green Bancorp in Houston has agreed to buy Patriot Bancshares, saying it will pay $139 million in common stock for the $1.3 billion-asset parent of Patriot Bank.
The U.S. is examining banks' conduct as part of a wide-ranging corruption probe of international soccer that has netted charges against 14 people, including officials with the sport's organizing body.
Bank of America will have to reduce expenses further in its markets trading division unless revenue improves, Chief Executive Brian Moynihan said.
Jamie Dimon, chairman and chief executive of JPMorgan Chase, chided shareholders as "lazy" for casting votes at annual meetings based on the advice of proxy advisers that have questioned his pay and power.
San Diego-based Mitek, a firm that specializes in capturing mobile data for customer acquisition, has acquired Dutch identity verification company IDchecker.
Independence Bancshares in Greenville, S.C., has raised nearly $8.5 million to help it expand its payments, technology and digital banking operations.
Royal Bank of Scotland, Britain's largest taxpayer-owned lender, could pay as much as $4.5 billion to resolve claims of misconduct in its handling of U.S. mortgage securities, according to Bloomberg Intelligence.
F.N.B. in Pittsburgh has agreed to buy five branches from Bank of America in eastern Pennsylvania.
U.S. banks rebounded in the first quarter as earnings rose 6.9% from a year earlier, to $39.8 billion, and nearly two-thirds of institutions reported higher profits from a year earlier, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said Wednesday.
Identity thieves stole information on 104,000 U.S. taxpayers from the IRS website and used the data to file fake tax returns that yielded as much as $50 million in refunds, agency Commissioner John Koskinen said.
Valley National Bancorp in Wayne, N.J., has agreed to buy CNLBancshares in Orlando, Fla.
MutualFirst Financial in Muncie, Ind., is facing pressure from an activist investor to explore a potential sale, even after the bank earlier this year agreed to implement a demand made by the same activist.
First BanCorp in San Juan, Puerto Rico, has agreed to sell about $200 million in nonperforming loans and other assets to improve credit quality.