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News Tagged - 'regulators'

IFR: Problems Grow, Lawsuit Next?


The disorganized and embarrassing known as IFR continues to fall apart as Rust Consulting admits to sending wrong checks out this week.

Barclays Shareholders Think Ethics, Bonuses

April 25, 2013

Barclays continues its efforts of trying to repair its image. Can CEO Antony Jenkins pull it off?

Protecting Yourself from Credit Discrimination

February 14, 2013

CFPB reports credit discrimination is not uncommon. Here’s what to look for.

Morgan Stanley Hit With $5M Fine

December 19, 2012

Morgan Stanley is facing its second massive fine this year. This time, the Facebook IPO brouhaha is cited as the reason for the $5 million fine.

Reexamining Prepaid Cards

September 27, 2012

The recent boost in prepaid card popularity somehow slipped under the radar of some consumers as well as industry experts alike. They are so popular, in fact, that some people prefer them over traditional checking accounts!

Financial Rules via Facebook

August 20, 2012

More changes at CFPB is good for the American consumer. Now, you can weigh in on financial laws that will affect you – and you can do it via Facebook or another government site, Regulation Room

Bank of America, Fannie Mae Talk Bad Mortgages

August 3, 2012

Bank of America feels as though it shouldn’t shoulder bad mortgages, even as other banks have. Fannie Mae continues to insist it’s BoA’s responsibility.

Shortfalls & Suicide Attempts: Peregrine Financial

July 11, 2012

Peregrine Financial Group is front and center and is now being investigated and there are several investors who aren’t mincing their words. The CEO attempted suicide this week, which only adds to the mystery.

New Mandatory Arbitration Guidelines?

May 30, 2012

For decades, companies have worked double time to keep consumers from suing and instead, entering into arbitration.

Dimon Will Testify in Senate on Massive Loss

May 28, 2012

JPMorgan Chase CEO, Jamie Dimon, has agreed to testify in June before the Senate. He’s expected to explain the massive $2 billion loss.