Risk management

Results-driven Fraser just the ticket for fixing Citi, associates say


Jane Fraser, who is poised to become the first woman to lead a major U.S. bank, possesses turnaround experience and strong interpersonal skills that make her well suited for mending fences with regulators and investors, according to present and former colleagues.


Citi using Revlon snafu to fix risk management


Citigroup will establish new internal oversight guidelines, spend more on technology and take other steps to upgrade risk systems, CFO Mark Mason said at an industry conference in discussing the aftermath of the bank’s mistaken $900 million payment.


Will Citi snafu bring fresh scrutiny to custodial banks?


Citigroup’s $900 million payment blunder in a usually sleepy part of the financial market dominated by a handful of banks has experts wondering if regulators will uncover a deeper problem.


Regions Bank's Godin to retire at year-end


Barb Godin, the deputy chief risk officer and chief credit officer at the Birmingham, Ala., bank, is stepping down after a 45-year career in banking.


Citi asks Revlon lenders to return mistaken $900 million


The bank has recouped part of the payment, which it blamed on a clerical error, but some of the lenders say they were owed the money in connection with an ongoing dispute.


MUFG Union Bank hires chief information security officer


Devon Bryan, who held similar jobs at KPMG and the Federal Reserve System, succeeds Brian DiPietro, who had been information security chief since 2016.


Wells Fargo chief compliance officer is leaving: Report


The executive shuffle at the company continues as Chief Compliance Officer Mike Roemer quits and Credit Suisse America’s Paula Dominick is hired, according to a Financial Times report.


Check your toolbox before chasing new (and expensive) modeling systems


Many banks buy modeling tools from vendors to help detect new areas of risk, fraud and profitability without realizing their existing systems are capable of doing the same.


Housing groups seek change to FHA loan restriction on student debt


An industry coalition wants to ensure borrowers who took out certain types of loans to fund their education aren’t locked out of access to historically low mortgage rates.


De novo started by gamblers rolls dice on banking them


Lexicon Bank in Las Vegas, whose chairman was a professional gambler, is actively courting poker players to open deposit accounts for their tournament winnings.