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While the Trump administration could relax other bank regulations, it is unlikely that it would ease up when it comes to money-laundering compliance.
  • Reinventing a 32-year-old multi-account card for the EMV era

    Achieving the coveted “top of wallet” status is tough for banks, not least because their own credit and debit cards often compete with one another for priority status with the same customers.
  • CFPB suit against Navient followed apparent 'ultimatum'

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and two states on Wednesday sued the nation's largest student loan servicer, Navient, for allegedly systematic failures in processing loan payments and failing to enroll borrowers in less expensive repayment plans.
  • End of an era: Citi CEO says 'restructuring is over'

    Michael Corbat told analysts Tuesday that Citi will no longer report Citi Holdings, its erstwhile "bad bank," as a separate entity.

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