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For Wells Fargo directors, narrow wins may not be enough
Reuters • Dan Freed, Ross Kerber
Banks Get Personal in Their Marketing
The Wall Street Journal • Emily Glazer
A Showdown Over Wells Fargo’s Board of Directors Looms
The New York Times • Michael Corkery, Stacy Cowley
N.J. Town Pulls Public Funds From Wells Fargo
The Wall Street Journal • Kate King
TD Ameritrade prices $800M in 3.3% notes
Seeking Alpha • Jason Aycock
Regulators approve Wells Fargo’s revised living will
American Banker • Lalita Clozel
Wells Fargo has satisfactory 'living will' plan: Fed
Reuters
Regulators lift sanctions and approve Wells Fargo's 'living will' after revisions
Los Angeles Times • James Rufus Koren
Wells Fargo has satisfactory 'living will' plan, Fed says
CNBC
Wells Fargo's Third Time a Charm as It Clears Living-Will Hurdle
Bloomberg • Jesse Hamilton
 
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Corporate Governance, Hedge Funds
For Wells Fargo directors, narrow wins may not be enough
ReutersDan Freed, Ross Kerber
A shareholder vote scheduled for Tuesday could throw Wells Fargo & Co's (WFC.N) leadership into question if many directors, criticized for their slow response to the bank's phony-account scandal, fail to win solid majorities. A dozen of the 15 directors on the...
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Bank of America, Banking
Banks Get Personal in Their Marketing
The Wall Street JournalEmily Glazer
Banks know more about their customers than ever, and increasingly are trying to get more use out of that information. The results can be convenient, or just creepy. Banks can look at customers’ debit-card and credit-card transactions, online-bill payments and account activity...
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Bank of America, Corporate Governance
A Showdown Over Wells Fargo’s Board of Directors Looms
The New York TimesMichael Corkery, Stacy Cowley
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — The scandal at Wells Fargo over the creation of millions of fake bank accounts cost more than 5,300 people their jobs, many of them tellers and other low-level employees. The bank then clawed back tens of millions...
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Bank of America, Foreclosure
N.J. Town Pulls Public Funds From Wells Fargo
The Wall Street JournalKate King
The city of East Orange in northern New Jersey has pulled public funds from Wells Fargo & Co. after lawmakers accused the bank of engaging in predatory-lending practices and exacerbating the city’s foreclosure crisis. City officials said Wells Fargo holds 13% of...
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Bank of America, Finance
TD Ameritrade prices $800M in 3.3% notes
Seeking AlphaJason Aycock
TD Ameritrade (NASDAQ:AMTD) has priced an underwritten offering of $800M in senior debt. The company will offer that amount in senior notes due 2027, at an interest rate of 3.3%. It plans to use net proceeds for general purposes including its acquisition...
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Bank of America, Federal Reserve
Regulators approve Wells Fargo’s revised living will
American BankerLalita Clozel
WASHINGTON — Regulators have approved the latest iteration of Wells Fargo’s 2015 living wills, ending the restrictions they imposed on the embattled bank in December after it failed for a second time in a row to file a credible bankruptcy plan. In...
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Federal Reserve, Finance
Wells Fargo has satisfactory 'living will' plan: Fed
Reuters
Wells Fargo & Co (WFC.N) has presented the Federal Reserve with a satisfactory plan on how to unwind its business in case of bankruptcy, the U.S. central bank said on Monday. The resolution plan, or "living will", is required of the nation's...
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Bank of America, Banking
Regulators lift sanctions and approve Wells Fargo's 'living will' after revisions
Los Angeles TimesJames Rufus Koren
Federal regulators signed off Monday on Wells Fargo & Co.’s plan for operating and winding down in a potential bankruptcy, easing restrictions that were placed on the bank last year when regulators called its plan insufficient. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and...
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Currencies, Federal Reserve
Wells Fargo has satisfactory 'living will' plan, Fed says
CNBC
Wells Fargo has presented the Federal Reserve with a satisfactory plan on how to unwind its business in case of bankruptcy.
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Bank of America, Federal Reserve
Wells Fargo's Third Time a Charm as It Clears Living-Will Hurdle
BloombergJesse Hamilton
Tougher constraints avoided as regulators back resolution plan Approval marks first time all major banks’ plans acceptable Wells Fargo & Co. will escape further restrictions on its business after U.S. regulators ruled that the lender’s revised plan for how it could be...
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