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Money-laundering report alleges banks profited by aiding criminals


A new investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists says JPMorgan Chase, Deutsche Bank and several other global institutions kept moving illicit funds after receiving warnings from U.S. officials.


Fed publishes big-bank capital requirements tied to stress test buffer


Under a rule issued in March, banks will build an additional capital cushion that is determined by their performance in the annual tests.


As mortgage woes return, lessons from last crisis come to light


A subprime-related settlement between the government and Deutsche Bank provided meaningful benefits to some U.S. consumers in need, according to a new report. But the author acknowledged that those gains could prove illusory for some consumers given the coronavirus crisis.


JPMorgan dropped accounts that became bad news for Deutsche Bank


The trio of clients that got Deutsche Bank in regulatory trouble this week had a shared back story: They were all castoffs of JPMorgan Chase.


Deutsche Bank fined for Epstein dealings; FICO unveils 'Resilience Index'


The German bank agreed to pay $150 million to New York State for its dealings with Jeffrey Epstein; the new tool will help lenders determine which borrowers are in the best shape to weather a crisis.


German giants tell divergent stories; European banks' U.S. units under pressure


Deutsche Bank says it’s on track to meet its financial targets while Commerzbank's top two executives resign; recent Fed stress test results show Euro banks' poor performance in U.S continues.


Fannie, Freddie hire advisers to help raise capital; Deutsche leads the pack


Fannie Mae has chosen Morgan Stanley while Freddie Mac is going with JPMorgan Chase; the bank’s overhaul plan has helped make it the best performing big-bank stock so far this year.


Fed tweaks Main Street Lending Program; bank offices' post-pandemic look


The changes are meant to make the program more attractive for both business borrowers and the banks that make the loans; as workers trickle back to offices on Wall Street, they'll see a different landscape due to coronavirus concerns.


Deutsche probed on Epstein dealings; Wells drops independent auto dealers


New York State regulators may bring an enforcement action against the German bank as early as this month; Wells Fargo’s decision to stop making loans to the dealers has more to do with credit quality than asset limits.


Santander reaches auto loan settlement; OCC’s Otting to Step down


One of the biggest subprime auto lenders agreed to pay $550 million to settle predatory lending charges; the bank regulator has largely completed his goal of overhauling the Community Reinvestment Act.