Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen announced Monday that she intends to step down from the Board of Governors after her successor is sworn in when her term expires early next year, ending any speculation that she may stay on.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau settled a $1.1 million enforcement action on Monday with Xerox Business Services, alleging that its software misreported borrower information to credit reporting agencies.
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EU chief negotiator takes aim at Davis speech in rejecting preferential access
Amsterdam chosen as post-Brexit home for medicines agency
Some fintechs argue that banks are selectively working with only certain third parties in sharing information and violating the spirit of the CFPB’s data-sharing principles.
Carver Bancorp, which has spent 70 years serving minorities in Harlem and surrounding neighborhoods, is struggling to turn a profit. As black-run banks nationwide struggle to stay afloat, Carver’s CEO insists the institution is on the right track.
Colliers’ chief economist voices concerns over residential developments and foreign investor sentiment towards the UK
The UK buyout firm and Pret a Manger backer closed its previous fund on €4bn in 2015
CFA Institute members will be more selective under Mifid II, having largely decided to cover the costs themselves