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Entries in card skimming (3)

Tuesday
Oct112016

Financial Institutions . . . In the News

  • Acadia Trust merges with Camden National Bank and will now be called Camden National Wealth Management.  (Central Maine 9.14.2016)
  • Senate Committee prepares to question Wells Fargo CEO on high-pressure sales tactics. (Central Maine 9.19.2016)
  • Wells Fargo CEO Stumpf receives harsh criticism from members of the Senate Banking Committee.  (Central Maine 9.21.2016)
  • Some the $300 million Wells Fargo top executives received in bonuses may be returned because of Wells Fargo banking scandal.  (Central Maine 9.27.2016)
  • Portlander Michael Bopp to represent Wells Fargo with government investigations at congressional hearings.  (Washington Post 9.29.2016)
  • York County sees skimming devices at three locations:  Wells, Sanford, and Waterboro.  (Central Maine 10.2.2016)
  • Concerns arise from community banks and credit unions with potential new regulations because of the Wells Fargo scandal. (The Hill 10.3.2016)
  • Five of the largest U.S. banks submitted their new financial distress plans (“living wills”) as required by the Federal Reserve.  (The Hill 10.4.2016)
  • The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued new rules for prepaid cards.  (The Hill 10.5.2016)
  • Bangor Savings Bank’s customers being targeted with text scam. (BDN 10.6.2016)
Friday
Oct092015

Financial Institutions . . . In the News 

  • Maine Municipal Bond Bank receives an “AA-“ rating from Fitch.  (Business Wire 9.24.2015)
  • Chip credit and debit cards are replacing magnetic strip cards throughout the country to help the fight against data hacking and card skimming.  (Maine News 9.27.2015)
  • Some Maine businesses missed the October 1 deadline to provide new credit card readers allowing the use of chip cards making the business responsible for fraudulent transactions.  (MPBN 10.1.2015)
  • Bangor Savings Bank plans $10 million of investments in Southern Maine.  (BDN 10.7.2015)
  • USDA awards Community Concepts almost $800,000 in grants to build houses.  (MPBN 10.8.2015)
Thursday
Sep242015

Financial Institutions . . . In the News 

  • New Rule at FAME will prevent another Cate Street deal.  (BDN 8.20.2015)
  • Employees of KeyCorp, Maine’s second largest bank, receives visit from CEO Beth Mooney who talked about KeyBank’s growth in Maine.  (Mainebiz 8.24.2015)
  • Machias Savings Bank builds new bank in Presque Isle.  (BDN 9.2.2015)
  • Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae lengthen timelines in foreclosure proceedings.  (Housing Wire 9.4.2015)
  • Eric Rosengren, CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston to become the next chair of Colby College’s Board of Trustees in May 2016.  (Colby College 9.4.2015)
  • Attorney General’s office warns grandparents of scamming involving grandchildren involved in an accident or hurt.  (BDN 9.8.2015)
  • Card skimming is on the rise with new technology used by thieves.  (BDN  9.9.2015)
  • To assist with higher education, the White House improves federal financial aid rules.  (The Hill 9.15.2015)
  • Banks are not obligated to make businesses accounts whole when cybertheives strike.  (MPBN 9.15.2015)
  • A Wall Street watchdog’s board plan is devised to protect seniors and vulnerable adults.  (BDN 9.21.2015)
  • Maine’s single-family home median sale price rose 4.9 percent in August.  (PPH 9.21.2015)
  • Julia DeBery, Senior Vice President at Bath Savings Institution, to service on the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) Community Bank Advisory Council.  (Sen. King 9.21.2015)