First Tennessee, Capital Bank to be rebranded as First Horizon


The Memphis, Tenn., company said a common corporate identity for all its units made sense given a recent acquisition and its growth ambitions.


Where JPMorgan stands on mortgages, branches, mobile payments


In a presentation Thursday, co-COO Gordon Smith expanded on Jamie Dimon's recent comments about frustrations in the mortgage market, was upbeat about branch profitability and discussed some of the bank's Chase Pay challenges.


Richard Urfer, capital markets trailblazer at three big banks, dies at 82


Urfer co-founded a business with the banking automation pioneer John Diebold, worked for Chase Manhattan and other major banks, and played an important role in the Nixon administration, phasing out exchange controls.


Lack of diversity at Home Loan banks 'concerning,' Waters says


A report from the Government Accountability Office found that while the Federal Home Loan banks have taken steps to improve diversity among boards of directors, members are still largely male and nonminorities.


Apple Pay's rebirth gives Goldman a gateway to consumers


Banks and Apple Pay have not always had easy partnerships, but a hot market for co-branded cards gives Goldman Sachs a chance to advance its consumer ambitions and Apple an opportunity to offset slumps in device sales.


Ronald Glancz remembered for banking acumen, mentoring next-gen lawyers


The veteran banking attorney, who also worked at the FDIC and OCC, passed away Tuesday following a battle with cancer.


FSOC proposes Zions shed its systemically important status


The Financial Stability Oversight Council has proposed to dedesignate Zions Bancorp. as a systemically important financial institution under the Dodd-Frank Act.


How Nandita Bakhshi is transforming Bank of the West


Bakhshi, CEO of the bank since 2016, shares how she's improving customer journeys, making the bank a better place to work, and creating a culture of innovation. 


Can AI create a cognitive corporate bank?


If so, what would it look like? And what is cognitive corporate banking?


How banks can herd ‘unicorn’ clients


Tech startups differ from a bank’s typical commercial clients; many want a trusted financial adviser.