Gender issues

FIS buys Worldpay; Is it time for resurgence of community banks?


The $35 billion deal could create "a global payments giant"; with the number of community banks dropping as low as 5,477, it may be time for new ones.


Goldman’s layoffs; Moynihan talks digital banking


The 65 people laid off in late February is only the beginning, report says; Bank of America CEO also tackles mortgages, the economy and gender issues.


Fintechs look to Mexico for growth; Amex’s next hurdle


Fintech investors, including Goldman Sachs, see opportunity in Mexico; firm’s growth in lending could be a problem if economy goes south.


German bank merger no sure thing; U.K. banks open shared hub


A Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank merger would face many hurdles; the mini-branch will have longer hours and cater to small companies.


Sales goals still an issue for Wells; UBS’ baby problem


Bank employees say management has not let up on ambitious sales goals; women bankers say UBS cut bonuses after maternity leave.


BofA, Wells can't block shareholder proposals on pay-gap data: SEC


The Securities and Exchange Commission rejected the banks' arguments that the proposals amounted to shareholder micromanagement and that they have made ample disclosures.


Say Watt? Former FHFA head gets sniffy about his misconduct, and proxy pressure builds


Mel Watt calls FHFA watchdog “sexist,” after it concludes he’s guilty of sexual harassment. State Street sues the "Fearless Girl" sculptor. Banks big and small face mounting pressure on gender pay gap and board diversity. And another top 40 U.S. bank might get a female CEO.


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


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.


Goldman may withhold executive pay; Deutsche-Trump dealings eyed


The bank said it will hold back bonuses to its former CEO and others as it probes the 1MDB scandal; the House is looking into the bank’s loans to Trump's firm.


Wall Street's bad reaction to #MeToo, Kraninger in at the CFPB, BofA women making moves


Men on Wall Street are taking a cue from Vice President Mike Pence by refusing to dine one-on-one with women; Coinbase is offering fertility benefits; and Bank of America executive Katy Knox gets a promotion.