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Coup for community banks could spell disaster for industry

New risks are brewing in the United States’ financial system and are hiding where it’s least expected: in the country’s smallest banks. Over the past...
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Banks moving to national charters; Cryan gets new post

Receiving Wide Coverage … Metal manipulation Three metals traders at JPMorgan Chase were charged by U.S. prosecutors with running a “massive, multiyear scheme” to manipulate...
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Deutsche's tragic blind spot, USAA's diversity drive, lenders' card obsession: Top stories of the week

Deutsche Bank overhaul plan will put taxpayers and the financial system at risk; the San Antonio company names three women to key technology positions; issuers...
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Wells in denial, faster-payments backtrack, delinquency uptick: Top stories of the week

Wells Fargo and the denial stage of recovery; community bankers alarmed after big banks backtrack on faster-payments pricing; credit card, auto loan delinquencies hit seven-year...
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Guns, CECL and ‘too big to manage’: Big-bank CEOs on Capitol Hill

WASHINGTON — House Democrats and Republicans could not be further apart when it comes to the country’s biggest banks, with Democrats arguing they must be...
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Sloan says Wells Fargo has cleaned up its act. Congress begs to differ

WASHINGTON — More than two years after Wells Fargo’s consumer scandals first started coming to light, the congressional backlash facing the bank remains just as...