Branch management

First Republic adding half-dozen branches in Manhattan


The San Francisco bank is also bulking up in Florida and Wyoming, no-tax states where many of its affluent clients have retired or have second homes.


10 fintech forecasts for the ‘20s


A seasoned investor in startups offers his top predictions for the coming decade. Among them: Big tech firms will become big players in financial services.


JPM wins a place in China; banks again warned about replacing Libor


The bank is the first U.S. one approved for a majority-owned securities unit in China; the FSB said banks must get serious about replacing the benchmark.


Truist fights credit union's claims of copyright infringement


The company created by the BB&T-SunTrust merger said that Truliant Federal Credit Union does not own the trademark rights to names beginning with the prefix "tru."


Be on point when you’re at a turning point


Clear communication is critical when banks undergo a leadership or operational change.


Michigan bill would bring DMV services to the branch


Credit unions and banks in the Great Lakes State could soon offer driver's license renewal and related services.


Lifetime achievement: LeeAnne Linderman's nonstop advocacy for women in banking


Linderman helped build Zions Bank into a retail force and shaped the multistate retail strategy of its parent company, but she will best be remembered for opening countless doors for women and minorities.


Banks in rural areas need to step up their mobile game


As branches in remote areas disappear, banks run the risk of losing business to fintechs.


HUD suffers setback, CECL delayed, PNC plots expansion: Top stories of the week


A court ruling deals a blow to efforts by HUD to restrict nonprofit housing funds from operating on a national scale; most banks get another year to implement CECL; PNC chief William Demchak plans to enter more markets and more from this week’s most-read stories.


Capital One keeps closing branches, even as rivals open them


Other banks say they need to add branches to attract more deposits, but Capital One is sticking to its strategy of aggressively closing them and gathering the bulk of new deposits online.