Consumer banking

The CFPB overdraft lawsuit isn’t TCF’s only problem

01/27/17

TCF Financial executives are considering pulling back from selling auto loans, following a sharp decline in gains during the fourth quarter.

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‘Trump bump’ will do nothing for the risk-averse

01/27/17

While bankers feel more positive about the environment since the election, taking advantage of the new environment is what’s really important.

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TCF profits fall on credit costs, lackluster fee income

01/27/17

Declines in deposit-service charges and in gains on the sale of auto loans drove down 4Q earnings.

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'We don't feel the need to do another deal': Q&A with TD consumer head

01/26/17

TD Bank's consumer chief Michael Rhodes explains what service means in the digital age, why stress-testing is a good thing and why the bank is in no rush to make another acquisition.

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Umpqua’s 4Q profits jump 10% on higher fees

01/25/17

The spike in fees compensated for lower interest income.

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CRE lending surge boosts Valley National's 4Q profit

01/25/17

The Wayne, N.J., company posted double-digit gains in interest and nontinterest income.

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Credit woes hit Santander Consumer's bottom line

01/25/17

The auto lender also said originations fell 24% due to intense competition.

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Surge of new loans boosts BankUnited's 4Q profit

01/25/17

Total loans increased nearly 17% to $19.4 billion as the company’s three main business units each added more than $100 million of new loans year over year.

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Wells Fargo reviews policy of alerting managers to branch visits

01/24/17

Wells Fargo is reviewing its policy of giving retail bankers a day's notice before internal inspectors visit a branch.

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First Hawaiian reports 13% profit jump; plans stock sale

01/24/17

The Honolulu company plans to sell off more shares still owned by BNP Paribas and BancWest.

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