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CommonBond gets $750 million in lending funds from top banks

02/14/19

Barclays, BMO, Citibank, Goldman Sachs and ING contributed to the online student lender, which last year made over $1 billion in loans.

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Thorn in banks’ side pushes for disclosure of raw pay-gap numbers

02/13/19

Arjuna Capital is filing shareholder proposals with 11 financial and tech companies to uncover median gender pay gaps, which it said would determine if more women are concentrated in lower-paying jobs.

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Citi rolls out new personal loan, online savings account

02/12/19

The moves are aimed at beefing up consumer lending and attracting deposits in markets where Citi has no branch presence.

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Citi Ventures invests in consumer analytics firm Second Measure

02/12/19

Citigroup's venture capital arm is investing in technology that provides real-time analysis of millions of consumers' card transactions.

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Chase, Wells, BofA to waive ATM fees for public-benefits recipients

02/08/19

The three large banks banks are joining a number of institutions in agreeing to eliminate fees for Californians who receive benefits via electronic transfer cards. Chase and BofA will also waiving the fees nationwide.

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Is this Swift's answer to Ripple?

02/06/19

Swift is showing more swagger in its rivalry with Ripple thanks to progress it has made with a multifaceted payments-tracking technology called GPI.

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Wells names new chief auditor to replace executive placed on leave

02/06/19

A former audit executive at Citi and Amex, Julie Scammahorn is replacing David Julian, who remains on administrative leave. She will join the bank in April.

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U.S. banks won $21 billion tax windfall then cut staff, lent less

02/06/19

Major U.S. banks shaved about $21 billion from their tax bills last year — almost double the IRS’s annual budget — as the industry benefited more than many others from the Republican tax overhaul.

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It’s a platform planet. Can banks adapt to it?

02/01/19

Thanks to big tech companies, the business world is moving to third-party platforms, or online marketplaces where sellers pull buyers' products off digital shelves. A growing number of financial institutions — including BBVA, Citi and community banks like Eastern — say they can't afford to sit out the trend.

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Biggest banks provide the best financial advice: Survey

01/31/19

The combination of their convenient branch networks and strong digital offerings makes large, national banks tough to beat in dispensing financial guidance, consumers say.

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