Arizona

Credit union to acquire seven TCF branches in Arizona

01/09/20

Alaska USA Federal Credit Union will nearly double its operations in Phoenix after it buys the locations.

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Arizona ballot effort reframes payday lending debate

11/15/19

Over the last decade, American voters have proved remarkably receptive to bans on high-cost consumer loans. Next year, a proposed ballot measure in a traditionally red state trending purple will offer a test case for the durability of that consensus.

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Group behind Arizona de novo files with FDIC year after getting state approval

11/08/19

Scottsdale Community Bank's organizers took advantage of a state law letting them raise capital months before seeking deposit insurance.

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Organizers file to form Arizona de novo with underbanked focus

11/04/19

Verdigris Bank would also rely heavily on technology as part of its business plan.

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Western Alliance's president resigns

11/01/19

The Phoenix company did not provide a reason why James Haught, who was also chief operating officer, left.

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What’s fueling Citizens’ westward expansion

10/09/19

The Providence, R.I., bank recently installed a new regional head in California to oversee a commercial banking expansion into five western states. The bank says it’s trying to craft a successful growth strategy while reassuring investors it isn’t overreaching.

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Glacier to significantly increase scale in Arizona with State Bank deal

10/01/19

The Montana will pay $135 million for a bank with 10 branches in seven Arizona markets.

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Another state creates tech sandbox as federal agencies tread warily

07/03/19

Utah this week became the third state to let companies test cutting-edge financial products without fear of violating licensing and other regulations.

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Credit union-bank merger wave reaches Arizona

06/04/19

Arizona Federal Credit Union said its deal to buy Pinnacle Bank is the first of its kind in the Grand Canyon State.

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Trump immigration crackdown hurting small banks on border

05/09/19

Heightened regulatory scrutiny and a slowdown in commerce have raised concerns about the viability of doing business along the U.S. Mexico border.

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