Find a buyer or a new CEO? What’s next for Texas Capital


The Dallas bank appears to be at a crossroads after its merger with Independent Bank Group was called off Tuesday.


Heartland taps industry veteran to lead Wisconsin bank


The Iowa company said Brent Giles, who was CEO of a bank that was recently sold, will run its Wisconsin Bank & Trust.


Parting words from Beth Mooney: ‘Rebuild trust through your actions’


In an exit interview with American Banker, the former KeyCorp CEO reflected on a trailblazing career, shared her thoughts on leadership and described what it’s like to retire in the middle of a pandemic.


Wells Fargo hires new operations head from BNY Mellon


Lester Owens, who is scheduled to join the bank in July, will report to Chief Operating Officer Scott Powell. He will be charged with implementing a more unified structure across the 260,000-person company.


Can banks help rescue country without undercutting themselves?


In supporting the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, lenders have a chance to restore public trust damaged in the last financial crisis. But they face tough decisions on dividend cuts, executive pay, furloughs and deeper changes to their business model in the process.


Coronavirus hardships behind California bank chief's decision to retire


Tom Meyer, CEO of 1st Capital since 2015, decided to step down because shelter-in-place orders are keeping him from family hundreds of miles from the bank.


Massachusetts mutual taps insider as its next chief


Jonathan Dowst will become president in July and CEO a year later.


SoFi hires exec from Amazon to lead deposit, card businesses


The addition of Maria Renz shows how much emphasis the San Francisco fintech is putting on operations and customer experience.


Sterling in Michigan facing Justice Department probe of mortgage practices


The company disclosed that an internal review of a now-discontinued loan program found that employees engaged in misconduct tied to income verification and requirements, among other things.


Next round of Wells Fargo hearings will shine spotlight on board's role


The House Financial Services Committee will question two of Wells’ board members, raising public scrutiny to a new level for bank directors.