The aftermath of a $2 billion trading loss at JPMorgan Chase & Co., continues to spread both in and outside the company.
CEO, CFO of now-bankrupt Franklin Bank Corp. in Houston accused of fraud for loan modification programs intended to hide nonperforming loans, artificially boost earnings.
The Independent Community Bankers of America patted themselves on the back Thursday for a legislative victory that results in an invitation to the Rose Garden, while credit unions were shut out.
If a House bill backed by the American Bankers Association in a new package of legislation designed to help small businesses create more jobs gives credit unions expanded lending authority, the banking trade group has vowed to pull back its support.
Frank Keating, president/CEO of the ABA, said the group will do what it takes to keep new small business legislation from moving forward.
Dwight Johnston Economics and Callahan Financial Services are partnering to provide a new daily economic commentary written specifically for credit union leaders.
The SEC has charged the holding company for one of Florida’s largest banks and its CEO with misleading investors about growing problems in one of its loan portfolios.
Despite some changes to their operations, the SEC said credit rating agencies still have more room to improve.
The NCUA is currently considering amendments to Part 703, the investment regulation. NCUA has not yet issued proposed changes.
Wall Street reform may be what the Dodd-Frank Act is intended to accomplish, but as usual, those financial institutions that followed the rules and operated with the best interests of their customers in mind end up shouldering a new burden because of a bunch of bad actors who didn’t.