Food chains keep growing even though purses may be tightening
The Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission announced settlements Friday related to alleged misconduct that occurred during Renaud Laplanche’s tenure atop the online lender.
Investment giants point out flaws in SEC’s proposal for US rules to govern fast-growing products
International competitions and computer games are being used to spot talent
A former Ocwen Financial executive is settling Securities and Exchange Commission charges that he engaged in insider trading related to his company’s dealings with Altisource Portfolio Solutions following a CFPB enforcement action and its upcoming merger with PHH Corp.
The head of the agency’s fair-lending office cast doubt on a proposed reorganization of her office and raised concerns about blog posts written years ago by the political appointee overseeing the project.
Copying big banks, smaller institutions are pairing with robos to meet changing mass-affluent preferences in long-term investment products.
Our 16th annual Most Powerful Women in Banking rankings; why Regions did away with teller jobs; small banks lagging in deposit share; and more from this week’s most-read stories.
Renaud Laplanche agreed to pay $200,000 and accept a ban from the securities industry to settle a long-running SEC probe. A LendingClub subsidiary and the firm’s former CFO, Carrie Dolan, were also fined.