William I. Campbell, co-head of Citigroup's global consumer banking operations, said he would resign this year. That would leave Robert I. Lipp, a long-time Travelers executive, in charge. Page 5


Despite a 21% drop in City National's stock price so far in 1999, analysts are predicting a big year for the Beverly Hills banking company. Page 6

Wisconsin bankers are pushing for a bill that would let state-chartered banks and thrifts-as well as national banks-share each other's powers. Page 7


The parents of severely disabled children are among the targets of a marketing program that MetLife unveiled this week. Page 8

Alliance Capital is looking to get involved in India's growing pension market through an agreement with State Bank of India. Page 9


the comptroller says banks will probably pass the year-2000 rollover with "flying colors," but they are not doing a good job reassuring skittish customers. And House Banking Chairman Jim Leach agreed, saying, "Public education is the most critical issue at this point." Page 2

The OTS is taking roughly 14 months-or twice as long as usual-to process all but plain-vanilla charter applications. Page 3


Bank One's First USA credit card division is strengthening its Internet marketing in a deal with the popular shopping site Page 11


KeyCorp is investing in a portal company to further its efforts in electronic commerce. Page 12

BankAmerica is relying on its customer base and internal processing capabilities to embolden its bill payment and presentment strategy. Page 12


Dresdner Kleinwort Benson North America has made an unglamorous processa cornerstone of its technology. Page 13


Grupo Financiero Banorte, Mexico's fifth-biggest bank, is considering buying all or part of a troubled institution that has put itself up for sale. Page 22

Bank stocks were mixed as investors mulled an inconsistent round of first-quarter earnings reports. Back page

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