‘Another one?’ Bankers react to Facebook’s digital currency


Community bank executives, payments officials and others said Libra faces an uphill battle amid heavy competition and regulatory scrutiny.


Fifth Third, Discover, BMO Financial: Bankers on the move


Some of the biggest industry moves in May and early June were not executive promotions, but rather departures.


Will banks take 'self-driving' payroll for a spin?


On-demand wage delivery has caught on in other industries. Banks have taken notice.


Zelle operator Early Warning hires new CEO


Albert Ko, who had been the chief transformation officer of Intuit, says he will work to improve Zelle's interface to make it more appealing to consumers.


'There is no division in our industry': BofA's Moynihan


Banks of all sizes need to stick together to ward off threats from "unregulated" fintechs and other nonbanks, Bank of America Chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan said Tuesday.


How much does P2P drive engagement for banks?


The market for P2P payments is finally taking off after years of false starts, but there are still many unanswered questions. The biggest one: How do banks get value out of offering this service free of charge?


Tragedy in Florida, mortgage data breach, steel-cage match for deposits: Top stories of the week


A man entered a SunTrust branch in Sebring, Fla., and shot and killed five women, four of whom were bank employees; 24 million mortgage documents exposed in data security lapse; the battle for deposits is like 'a steel-cage' match; and more from this week's most-read stories.


Zelle's volume surges, but there's a catch


The bank-led P2P network Zelle saw its strongest quarterly growth during the fourth quarter of 2018, as payment volume rose nearly 60 percent to $119 billion for the year. But a significant amount of this volume comes from just one bank.


Is fear of fraud holding back faster payments?


Proponents of real-time payments systems say banks must embrace them given consumer demand for more immediacy and transparency, even if criminals will try to exploit them.


How Zelle plans to recapture the smaller banks, credit unions it left behind


A year after its launch, Zelle’s P2P payment volume has rapidly expanded through usage at the nation’s largest banks. But enabling smaller institutions to offer it to their customers is proving to be more challenging.