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Varo Money, an app designed for people who want to exclusively bank on their cell phones, announced Tuesday that it has filed formal applications for a national bank charter.

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Citi is holding its first investor day since the financial crisis, plugging credit cards and its Mexican business; Morgan Stanley's market cap tops Goldman's for the first time.

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A handful of underfinanced startups aren’t enough to sink the industry. Community banks will survive digital disruption so long as they concentrate on what their customers want and need.

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Net interest income rose 7% and margins widened 17 basis points at the Wayzata, Minn., company.

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On March 31, 2017. Dollars in thousands

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On March 31, 2017. Dollars in thousands

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In early fall, the central bank is expected to announce its next steps regarding how to improve the aging U.S. payments system.

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The bank is drawing renewed scrutiny after a lawyer’s unauthorized release of sensitive client details for tens of thousands of accounts belonging to wealthy customers of its brokerage unit.

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On March 31, 2017. Dollars in thousands

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A reserve release helped offset lower net interest income, reflecting the California company's efforts to exit businesses that hurt its bottom line last year.

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Delmar will buy Liberty Bell Bank in New Jersey, which had survived a debilitating six-year battle for control with a former CEO. Liberty Bell also suffered from corporate theft and a check-kiting scandal.

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Double-digit growth in loan volume offset a decline in fee income at the Honolulu company.

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Banks are adding videoconferencing at branches, but consumers might prefer to video-chat from their phones. Unlike with mobile banking, shirts and pants will likely be required.

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In recent years, the country’s largest cellphone carriers have begun to experiment with new financing options for smartphones and other devices. That forebodes a deeper interest in financial products.

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TCF executives were peppered with questions about the quality of $345 million in auto loans recategorized as held for investment in the second quarter, as a result of the company’s recent move away from loan sales and securitizations.

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The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has named William A. Rowe, a deputy chief of staff and liaison to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., as its new chief risk officer.

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The New Jersey bank is looking to raise offensive capital just months after its deal to be sold to Investors Bancorp was terminated. Investors was tripped up by regulatory concerns tied to Bank Secrecy Act and anti-money-laundering compliance.

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While Freddie Mac is moving cautiously into buying manufactured housing loans not secured by land, Fannie Mae is moving more aggressively. Industry representatives are divided on which approach is superior.

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WashingtonFirst had a sudden window of opportunity to sell itself in the latter half of 2016, but it had been preparing for a possible sale for more than two years before that, and perhaps as a result it received one of the most valuable buyout offers this year.

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