Fifth Third Bancorp

Fifth Third's Joel Kashuba on the art and science of design


Kashuba, who heads design and innovation at Fifth Third Bank, says looks matter even to the common credit card.


Fifth Third CEO sees no need for digital-only bank


CEO Greg Carmichael said Wednesday that online-only banks "aren't relationship-based" and that Fifth Third would stick to its plan of attracting new depositors by selectively expanding into new markets.


GreenSky loses key partner, raising concerns about its other bank relationships


Regions Financial said Thursday that it will not renew its contract with GreenSky — a move analysts say could prompt other banks to re-examine their lending arrangements with the fintech.


House Dems put spotlight on auto lending discrimination


Democratic lawmakers made clear at a hearing Wednesday that they do not intend to abandon the issue following the GOP's repeal of regulatory guidance last year.


Fifth Third's agenda: Southeastern growth, 'digitization'


Now that the Cincinnati company recently completed its first bank acquisition in over a decade, CEO Greg Carmichael is pushing ahead on tech hires and expansion outside its Midwestern core.


Fifth Third's commercial loan growth helps boost 1Q earnings


Fifth Third Bancorp in Cincinnati also closed on its purchase of MB Financial and benefited from increases in corporate banking revenues and a slight improvement in credit quality.


Fifth Third to hire 200 tech workers this year


The bank is investing more in its digital capabilities, according to The Cincinnati Enquirer.


Fifth Third ramps up small-business lending in Chicago


The bank is pledging to lend another $2 billion in a market where it has invested $3.6 billion in various community development initiatives since 2016. Most of the new funds will be used to make loans to small businesses that operate in low- and moderate-income neighborhoods.


FDIC’s McWilliams looks to Fifth Third to fill senior leadership jobs


Two of three hires announced by the agency come from the Ohio bank, where the FDIC chairman formerly served as a top executive.


The app that stashes savings in a ‘money jail’


Fifth Third is helping consumers — and millennials in particular — save for big-ticket purchases with a new tool that squirrels away small sums into an account that can’t be immediately accessed.