Many investment companies have announced large redundancies, with more expected in 2019
Board rewards the CEO’s ‘outstanding individual performance’
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shares soared Friday amid fresh reports that the Trump administration is working on proposal that would recommend freeing the mortgage-finance giants from government control.
The South Carolina Republican will take over for Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., as part of a reshuffling of subcommittee assignments.
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Strong demand for commercial loans helped offset weaker growth in consumer lending and a decline in fee income.
The company has filed a request with a federal judge in Pennsylvania for a summary judgment in two counts against it, accusing the bureau of failing to provide evidence.
Loan demand is finally picking up after several lackluster quarters. Banks’ big challenge is finding cheap deposits to fund all those new loans.
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The Texas bank disclosed that James Dreibelbis, a longtime Woodforest executive, succeeded Nash as president and CEO in late December.