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'How can I survive?': Cabbies slam NCUA's medallion loan sale

02/20/20

The credit union regulator's portfolio sale dashed the hopes of a group of New York taxi drivers looking for relief.

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Three executive defections, one angry investor at New York bank

02/14/20

Hanover Bancorp is facing a proxy battle after its CFO and two other bankers bolted to a rival.

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NBT in New York buying employee benefits firm

02/04/20

The company agreed to acquire Alliance Benefit Group of Illinois, which has more than 600 clients and 40,000 plan participants.

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Sterling in N.Y. taps insider as its new bank president

01/27/20

Luis Massiani has been the company's chief financial officer since 2012.

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Food delivery apps to blame for stressed restaurant loans: BankUnited

01/24/20

As more consumers order in using such services as Uber Eats and Grubhub, restaurants are selling fewer desserts, drinks and other high-margin items, said CEO Rajinder Singh.

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New York City moves to ban cashless stores

01/23/20

The city would join San Francisco and Philadelphia among cities that prohibit stores and restaurants from only accepting electronic payments.

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Signature chief expects stable margins, volatile provisions in 2020

01/21/20

While the New York bank has a handle on deposit pricing, Joseph DePaolo said a new accounting standard will play tricks with how it addresses credit quality.

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Why this regional bank is dumping N.Y. multifamily loans

01/17/20

People's United in Connecticut is letting the loans run off its books as it invests in higher-yielding commercial loans.

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In rebuke of CFPB, states look to get tough on debt collectors

01/15/20

In another sign of state officials trying to outdo the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, governors in California and New York want greater authority to license and oversee the debt collection industry.

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First Republic adding half-dozen branches in Manhattan

01/14/20

The San Francisco bank is also bulking up in Florida and Wyoming, no-tax states where many of its affluent clients have retired or have second homes.

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