BofA Takes ‘Giant Step’ as Mortgages, Cost Cuts Fuel Profit
The news follows CEO Moynihan's remarks in May that the firm would have to cut costs further in its trading division.
Bank Overseer Lawsky to Depart, After Making New York $6B Richer
Benjamin Lawsky will step down next month as New York’s top bank regulator. He plans to set up a cybersecurity consulting firm.
Six Banks to Pay $5.8 Billion, 5 Plead Guilty to Market Rigging
The charges and settlement are tied to the banks' manipulation of foreign-exchange trading, according to the Justice Department.
SEC Investigates Bank of America for Doing Nothing
If you make it too obvious that your transaction is about getting around rules, that's the sort of thing that the SEC doesn't like.
BofA Said to Face SEC Probe Over Customer Protection Rules
Bank of America is being investigated by the SEC over whether it broke rules designed to safeguard customer accounts, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Citigroup Beats Estimates as Cost Cuts Cushion Trading Slump
The bank still faces several investigations, which may negatively impact upcoming financial results.
Goldman Profit at 5-Year High as Every Business Tops Estimates
The investment bank turns things around after last quarter's decline in net income.
Morgan Stanley Boosted Gorman’s Pay 25% for 2014
James Gorman received $22.5 million for his performance last year, but a few other CEOs earned even more.
ING Plans $2 Billion Voya Stock Sale to Exit Insurer
ING Groep NV, the biggest Dutch bank, said it will sell its remaining 19% stake in Voya Financial Inc.
Morgan Stanley Agrees to $2.6 Billion Mortgage Settlement With US
Other firms have agreed to spend more than $35 billion over issues tied to the ’08 financial crisis.