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« Financial Institutions . . . In the News | Main | Financial Institutions . . . In the News »
Monday
Oct292018

Financial Institutions . . . In the News

  • Michael Griffin, Executive Director of JP Morgan Chase & Co., leads a new commercial banking industry in Portland.  (Mainebiz 10.26.2018)
  • Maine Harvest Credit Project becomes Maine’s 56th credit union and first exclusively for farmers and food producers.  (Mainebiz 10.16.2018)
  • Maine home foreclosures continue to decline.  (BDN 10.11.2018)
  • Curtis Simard, President and CEO of Bar Harbor Bankshares, announces plans are being made for a Portland Commercial Loan Office.  (Mainebiz 10.5.2018)
  • Andrew Silsby, President and CEO of Kennebec Savings Bank, discusses banking in today’s market and preparing for the future.  (Central Maine 10.14.2018)
  • Wells Fargo customer avoided being scammed by calling the number on the back of his card to verify the fraud.  (News Center Maine 9.28.2018)
  • Mortgage applications increase as the rates also increase to a new high since April 2011.  (Press Herald 9.27.2018)
  • Wells Fargo & Co. Chief Executive Tim Sloan announces a 10% reduction in workforce in the next three years.  (Press Herald 9.20.2018)
  • A data breach in 2017 in the UK resulted in a fine of £500,000, or about $662,000 to Equifax (UK branch).  (The Hill 9.20.2018)
  • With the restrictions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reforms being eased, banks and credit unions are picking up arguing over old disagreements.  (The Hill  9.12.2018)
  • Cloned ATM cards could be used in ATM cybercrime threat.  (News Center Maine 8.16.2018)

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