Howard Bank’s Mary Ann Scully brings hometown banking back to the Charm City; Blythe Masters is a candidate to lead the London Stock Exchange; law professor Tamar Frankel is still shaking up Wall Street, even at 92.
The president’s vow to come down hard on the San Francisco bank fans a debate about the independence of regulatory agencies such as the CFPB.
For the second week in a row, the CFPB’s leadership shakeout dominated readers’ attention, while a regional banker discussed efforts to fight hacking and the impact of the tax cuts, and bitcoin’s price soared.
The proposed CommerceOne Bank in Birmingham, Ala., would be run by former executives at First Partners Bank, which was sold earlier this year.
The Trump administration’s curious decision to delay rules concerning disabled consumers’ access to websites would appear to give companies a pass on making their sites compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Banking attorneys don’t see it that way.
The short-term loan industry is suddenly playing offense in Washington following Mick Mulvaney’s appointment as acting head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
In the new role, Kenneth Montgomery will lead the Fed’s efforts to reduce fraud risk and improve the security and resiliency of the U.S. payments system
Advocacy groups filed an amicus brief supporting Leandra English’s suit to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, arguing that President Trump’s interim pick of Mick Mulvaney was illegal.
Alpine Bancorp. in Illinois made its sale a highly inclusive process, forming a special evaluation team of senior leaders to help top management review offers.
Tether’s $31 million hack gave bitcoin skeptics plenty to crow about. But experts say bad security is to blame, not digital assets.