Capital One board expands to add Facebook, Nike executives


The new directors are Ime Archibong, whose team builds and tests mobile apps at Facebook, and Craig Williams, president of the Nike product line named after former NBA superstar Michael Jordan.


U.S. Bancorp adds banker to find sustainable investments for clients


Marcus Martin will be responsible for expanding sustainable investing options for the Minneapolis company's corporate and commercial customers.


Berkshire Hills draws investor's ire for hiring CEO instead of pursuing sale


HoldCo Asset Management wrote in a letter to the Boston company's chairman that it also wants the board to consider share repurchases to improve shareholder value.


Talent fight erupts as Wells Fargo exits foreign wealth business


A race for talent is heating up as Wells Fargo winds down the roughly $40 billion international segment of its wealth management business, with several firms competing to scoop up advisers and their lucrative client lists.


U.S. Bancorp hires wealth management executive from JPMorgan Chase


Scott Ford is the new president of the 1,400-employeee wealth management unit that caters to affluent clientele of the Minneapolis company.


Southern California Bancorp adding branches after raising $42 million


The company is also looking to hire more senior lenders as it expands in markets around Los Angeles and San Diego.


Looking back at 2020's community bankers to watch


One engineered a big M&A deal, another struggled with his bank's credit issues and another abruptly resigned. Here are their stories and more.


North Jersey Federal Credit Union names new CEO


Anna Lo, a former NCUA examiner who previously led Pacific Transportation FCU, will take the helm next month, following the retirement of longtime CEO Lourdes Cortez.


Should credit unions force staff to get COVID vaccine?


It's legal to require vaccinations to ensure health and safety in branches, but employers risk adding to workplace tension.


Partners Bancorp prepares for northern Virginia push


The company hired two Atlantic Union bankers to run its bank and begin recruiting customers in and around Washington.