A bombshell letter from a prominent senator and a court ruling criticizing credit unions’ interpretation of “field of membership” have bankers hopeful that Congress may finally be willing to examine the public-policy purpose of the Depression-era tax break.
Months after President Trump vowed that Wells Fargo would pay a severe penalty, the CFPB and OCC hit the bank with a $1 billion fine to settle claims it overcharged customers for auto insurance and home loans.
Citibank finds people need people (at least in a branch). Santander launches a new consumer app, which makes money transfers using blockchain technology. JPMorgan Chase can be an intimidating partner for fintech startups. Plus, Elizabeth Warren’s new mission.