Bank of America and several other large U.S. financial services companies, as part an effort organized by the Thomson Reuters Foundation and Western Union, have published resources to help smaller banks spot signs of forced labor and kidnapping.
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The letter from 29 Republicans, including some who may chair the House Financial Services Committee next year, urges the Federal Reserve’s top regulator to "recalibrate" the capital surcharge for banks like JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup.
Goldman’s next CEO pushes for more women in senior roles. Fifth Third’s program to retain new moms is working. And there’s good news and bad news at Bank of America, as it bulks up on female summer interns but pays out millions to an exec fired over sexual harassment claims.