More than 100 pending Trump administration nominees, including Fed Chair-designate Jerome Powell, must update their financial disclosures and have the White House resubmit their names for consideration by the Senate.
Oriental Bank in San Juan was ordered to pay just over $153,000 for failing to notify borrowers that they were required to purchase flood insurance. The fine was one of several November enforcement actions made public Friday by the FDIC.
State and federal regulators finally approved the Mississippi bank’s acquisitions of Ouachita Bancshares and Central Community after anti-laundering and CRA matters were resolved. BancorpSouth’s CEO says he may pursue more deals.
Banking regulatory agencies Thursday announced that they would raise the aggregate loan commitment threshold for syndicated loans to be included in the Shared National Credit program from $20 million to $100 million.
Comptroller of the Currency Joseph Otting said in a press conference Wednesday morning that there is a place in the banking world for some kind of fintech charter, though the exact parameters of such a charter are still unclear and have to be worked out.
The Federal Reserve and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. identified shortcomings with the living wills of Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, even as they gave them and the remainder of the eight biggest banks a pass.