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Will the Trump era end stress tests as we know them?

Monday, January 1, 0001

Congressional Republicans are weighing potentially broad changes to the stress test program, including alterations to the way the tests are performed and the consequences of failing them.

Rally in U.S. bank stocks flummoxes Canadian acquirers

Monday, January 1, 0001

CIBC’s CEO vows to stay “disciplined” in his bid to buy PrivateBancorp, even as some of the Chicago bank’s investors say the deal is insufficient. The head of RBC, meanwhile, said it will pursue organic growth instead of acquisitions, at least for a while.

How API partnerships could help banks win back small biz

Monday, January 1, 0001

Banks are partnering with tech companies to win back some of the small-business customers that the industry lost to fintechs.

Solera, freed from reg order, to spend more time building core deposits

Monday, January 1, 0001

The Denver bank had spent the last two-plus years addressing concerns about capital and underwriting procedures.

Trump orders govt agencies to create deregulatory task forces

Monday, January 1, 0001

President Trump signed an executive order Friday requiring every agency to establish a task force focused on eliminating unnecessary regulations.

Bank M&A: Strike while it is hot?

Monday, January 1, 0001

Some advisers are urging acquirers to strike while they have strong currencies, while others are warning about the risk of overpaying. Sellers, meanwhile, must be wary of a correction after months of surging prices.

Virtual currency needs one regulator, not 50

Monday, January 1, 0001

The fast-moving innovations enabled by blockchain technology defy the ability of state governments to regulate the distributed ledger space constructively and efficiently.

OCC hits former CertusBank execs with fines, enforcement actions

Monday, January 1, 0001

The founders of the South Carolina bank, which liquidated after lavish spending and losses depleted its capital, paid a total of $55,000 in fines and face restrictions on future employment.

There are no heroes or villains in data access debate

Monday, January 1, 0001

The debate about which side is right about the appropriate method of opening up financial data access is a distraction from the real issue at stake: the pace of innovation.

RBC U.S. expansion paying dividends

Monday, January 1, 0001

Canada's largest lender reported double-digit profit growth in its latest quarter in part because of CEO David McKay's focus on expanding in private wealth and commercial banking in the U.S.

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