Regional banks

Mortgages boost U.S. Bancorp in 3Q


The Minneapolis bank says recent investments in its retail operation contributed to strong improvement in home lending and mortgage banking fees.


Fed finishes overhaul of post-crisis supervisory regime


The central bank finalized a host of regulatory-relief changes mostly benefiting midsize and regional banks that hew closely to proposals issued in April and last fall.


A toast to the Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance


American Banker's Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance gathered at the Gitano Jungle Room in New York on Wednesday for an evening of cocktails and conversation.


Lifetime achievement: LeeAnne Linderman's nonstop advocacy for women in banking


Linderman helped build Zions Bank into a retail force and shaped the multistate retail strategy of its parent company, but she will best be remembered for opening countless doors for women and minorities.


Who's new to the Most Powerful Women ranking for 2019?


Nearly a third of the women in the annual ranking are new additions, the largest amount in years. Here's an overview of the changes. Plus, Citi's Corbat on its bold gender equity move, and Wells Fargo's less bold CEO decision.


KeyCorp's Beth Mooney to retire; Gorman named successor


Mooney was the first woman to lead a top-20 U.S.-based bank. Gorman, the Cleveland company's vice chairman and president of banking, will replace her on May 1.


Comerica searching for a new CFO


Muneera Carr, Comerica's CFO since 2017, will leave in October and James Herzog, who had been the bank's treasurer, will serve as interim CFO until a successor is named.


Banks have upper hand in tech but no room to be complacent


The largest financial institutions have a golden opportunity to capture more market share because of the under-40 crowd’s decided preference for digital banking, J.D. Power says. Yet so do nonbanks.


OCC approves Fifth Third’s conversion to national bank


The Cincinnati bank applied in May to convert its Ohio state charter amid an expansion into Texas and Colorado and the completion of its merger with MB Financial.


TD Bank seeks recruitment jump on workers who took a timeout


Its new training program will try to make commercial bankers out of professionals who left the workforce and want back in. It is another example of a bank getting creative in a tight job market.