Hard sell ahead for BB&T-SunTrust as ‘Truist’ lands with a thud; Citizens looks to poach BB&T-SunTrust talent; what the Senate AML bill means for banks; and more from this week’s most-read stories.
Both companies want money to be “programmable.” But how to go about it is a matter of dispute.
Banks fear that more competition from nonbanks in commercial real estate will drive down pricing and lead to a relaxation of terms.
Synapse is working to refine its application programming interfaces to meet know-your-customer and other complex requirements, but it’s a tall order, the head of the back-office-services platform says.
State and local officials have pushed back against retailers that don’t take cash, and now some are pressuring electric vehicle firms to expand payment options at charging stations.
The watchdog and three Democratic lawmakers urged the agencies to stop using knowledge-based verification methods to grant access to their online portals.
Even relatively wealthy Americans are so worried about their finances that it’s affecting their mental and physical health. That’s one of the findings in a Bank of America survey of more than 1,000 people in the U.S. who have enough investable money to qualify as “mass affluent.”
Regulator says new lenders are ‘overly optimistic’ in risk management
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