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  • Fed spotted JPMorgan 'Whale' risks years before scandal: inspector

    Fed spotted JPMorgan 'Whale' risks years before scandal: inspector
    NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve's New York branch knew about risks JPMorgan Chase & Co was taking with its massive "London Whale" derivatives bets four years before they imploded, but it failed to act properly to head them off, the U.S. central bank's inspector general said.
  • Exclusive: U.S. regulators press banks for more on auto loan exposure to assess risks

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. regulators are asking banks for more detail on their autos financing exposure, as rapid growth in the lending has prompted officials to seek to better assess the risks, according to a person familiar with the matter. ...

    Ex-TD Bank exec Spinosa charged with aiding Ponzi schemer Rothstein

    MIAMI Federal agents arrested a fired Toronto Dominion Bank executive early Friday on charges of aiding Fort Lauderdale lawyer Scott Rothstein's $1.2 billion Ponzi scam. Frank A. Spinosa Jr., a former regional vice president of the bank, was granted a...

    Refinance HELOC well before expiration, or expect trouble

    Refinance HELOC well before expiration, or expect trouble
    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: My husband and I took out a home equity line of credit in 2004 at the height of the economic boom with a major bank. This bank also holds our first mortgage. Of course we expected to pay it back before the 10-...

    U.S. Bank to pay penalties, refunds for services sold but not provided

    U.S. Bank to pay penalties, refunds for services sold but not provided
    Federal regulators have ordered U.S. Bancorp to pay $57 million in restitution and penalties for charging customers for identity-protection and credit-monitoring services they never received. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Thursday that...