M&T Bank

Wilmers' legacy of civic advancement honored with yearly prize


The Hancock Shaker Village, with help from banks and other professional groups, established an award named after the late chairman and CEO of M&T Bank.


Abigail Mrozinski, Wilmington Trust | Most Powerful Women: Next


When M&T Bank was acquiring Wilmington Trust in 2011, it tapped into Abigail Mrozinski's deep understanding of its newly added wealth business to help the merger go smoothly.


M&T’s challenge: Funding loan growth


The bank’s CFO says it has enough liquidity to meet loan demand in the short term, but how long can it keep its loan-to-deposit ratio below 100%?


In C&I, a widening gap between small and large banks


Simple math only partly explains why smaller lenders are adding commercial and industrial loans at a faster clip than their larger counterparts.


Will BB&T-SunTrust set off a new wave of regional bank mergers?


The stars aligned for the two longtime rivals to join forces, and some observers speculate that other regional banks will need to strike similar partnerships if they hope to remain competitive. But others say such deals are rare because they're hard to pull off.


M&T expects C&I lending to drive growth in 2019


Demand for commercial loans surged in the fourth quarter and executives at the Buffalo company see the momentum continuing in the new year.


Ex-Wilmington Trust president gets six years for hiding bad loans


Richard Harra was also fined $300,000 for painting a false picture of the bank’s financial health at the height of the financial crisis.


Regional banks are spending heavily on tech. Is it enough?


Are midsize banks in position to disrupt, or are they investing billions in technology because they can’t afford not to?


M&T names former Humana, Target exec to lead retail bank


Christopher Kay will oversee the Buffalo, N.Y., bank's branch and ATM networks as well as development of products and services that seek to mimic the cutting-edge offerings of other industries.


Regional banks defend tech spending as revenue worries mount


Executives are reluctant to pull back on their big investments in technology, arguing they must stay competitive and that they have flexibility in other areas to trim costs if growth begins to stagnate.