A Fed committee studying Libor’s replacement has dwelled heavily on the potential impact to the derivatives market. Loans may become a bigger part of the conversation later this year, but the panel plans to leave a lot of the specifics up to lenders.
Credit card issuers have been trying to outdo each other to offer the best rewards program. And it shows, as customer satisfaction rates with many (but not all) of their banks have never been higher in a yearly J.D. Power study. But they may not last forever.
Two small banks recently announced plans to ditch their holding companies, but more could be on the way, says KBW CEO Tom Michaud. A big reason why is that regulators haven't gone far enough in "harmonizing their approach" to oversight, he said.
Sanger is out at Wells Fargo and so it is a crisis that gives us our first female board chair at a major U.S. bank. Women lead two major tech initiatives at JPMorgan Chase, which is also adding a fourth woman to its executive committee.
Senior Consulting Associate
Capital Performance Group
The exodus of chief executives from two of President Trump’s business advisory councils in the aftermath of the Charlottesville tragedy was a highly visible example of risk management and cultural principles in action.