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Big banks get Fed's blessing to extend leverage amid market stress

04/02/20

The change — effective immediately — will reduce capital demands by about 2% overall, the Fed estimated, and will be open for a 45-day comment period.

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Banks tolerate credit-line draws in coronavirus crisis — for now

03/26/20

Drawdowns on C&I credit more than quadrupled in a seven-day period ended March 25. Lenders may try to rein them in if the crisis drags out, but legal precedent isn’t on their side.

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Banks improvise annual meeting plans as pandemic worsens

03/24/20

The COVID-19 crisis is forcing many banks to hold their spring shareholder meetings online only.

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Fed finalizes new capital buffer ahead of 2020 stress tests

03/04/20

The rule establishes a measure of capital adequacy meant to simplify how banks are assessed in the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review program.

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The big squeeze: Banks pushed to hike pay at inopportune time

02/13/20

The tight labor market and public pressure to raise minimum wages are expected to nudge noninterest expenses upward in a year when the watchword is cost control.

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Citi tries new tack to push its social agenda: Venture investing

02/10/20

Ed Skyler, the bank's global head of public affairs, says a newly established $150 million fund will make equity investments in firms seen as having a positive impact on society.

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Citi tries new tack to push its social agenda: Venture investing

02/10/20

Ed Skyler, the bank's global head of public affairs, says a newly established $150 million fund will make equity investments in firms seen as having a positive impact on society.

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Banks hope Ex-Im revival is shot in the arm commercial lending needs

01/30/20

Lenders that depend on the Export-Import Bank to back loans to exporters are already seeing business borrowing pick up after Congress reauthorized the agency in December.

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Jamie Dimon gets $31.5M for JPMorgan's strong year

01/23/20

JPMorgan Chase gave its chairman and CEO a 1.6% hike in total compensation in 2019 after a second consecutive year of record profits.

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Will Fed's simpler capital regime be ready before next stress tests?

01/16/20

The central bank is aiming to finish a rule creating a streamlined capital buffer ahead of the upcoming round of stress testing, but industry experts say that timeline may be too ambitious.

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