Comings and goings in the City and beyond in the week of August 28
United Community Bank of West Kentucky took the harrowing experience of one of its employees as an opportunity to improve the benefits it offers.
US private equity firm close to exclusive talks for Denmark-listed payments processor
KKR closes largest-ever EM fund; green energy and healthcare in demand
Pain stemming from slow U.S. commercial loan growth has spread north of the border, contradicting the yearslong narrative that Canadian banks are relying on their U.S. operations to offset economic problems at home. However, TD and BMO executives said this week there is still upside in U.S. consumer banking.
Financial Institutions will incorporate Robshaw & Julian into another firm it bought early last year.
The Federal Reserve’s plan to stop a bank bailout before it starts hasn’t been taken up more than five years since it was proposed.
Rival lender offers clue on how it ‘capitalises’ on northern doorsteppers
An artificial intelligence model predicted creditworthiness more accurately than traditional models in an experiment conducted by the auto lender. The technology someday could be used to find hidden gems among loan applicants — emphasis on the someday.