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Wealth Management and Private Banking Reporter — Wall Street Journal

@WSJ banking reporter, proud new landline owner. julie.steinberg@wsj.com. Opinions are my own, not my employer's.

Falling Oil Prices Worry Bank Investors, Analysts

wsj.com — The prolonged slide in oil prices is increasingly scaring bank investors and worrying analysts, even as executives caution it is too early to tell the impact of the unexpected plunge. The topic has dominated much of the conversation during the fourth-quarter earnings blitz for the financial industry, especially for regional banks that typically...

PNC Financial Profit and Revenue Slip

wsj.com — PNC Financial Services Group Inc. said its profit slid 2.4% in the fourth quarter, while its revenue declined 3.1%.

J.P. Morgan to Pay $500 Million to Settle Lawsuit

wsj.com — J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. has agreed to pay roughly $500 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over nearly $18 billion worth of shoddy mortgage-backed securities sold by Bear Stearns Cos., according to a court document and a person familiar with the matter.

J.P. Morgan to pay $500 million to settle lawsuit

marketwatch.com — J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. has agreed to pay roughly $500 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over nearly $18 billion worth of shoddy mortgage-backed securities sold by Bear Stearns Cos., according to a court document and a person familiar with the matter.

Regulators Tackle Insurance License Loophole

wsj.com — Regulators around the country are taking steps to patch a loophole that allows brokers who have been barred from the securities industry to sell insurance and other financial products. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority said it would next month begin providing to state insurance regulators a monthly report of its disciplinary actions against securities brokers.

As TARP era winds down, U.S.’s crisis-era bailout scorecard nears completion

marketwatch.com — WASHINGTON - The U.S. government closed a chapter in financial-crisis history Friday when it sold its remaining shares of Ally Financial Inc. and shuttered its auto-bailout program, ending the last major pieces of a $426 billion rescue package that saved a swath of U.S. companies but never won public support.

Ally Financial exits TARP as Treasury sells remaining stake

marketwatch.com — The Treasury Department has sold its remaining stake in Ally Financial Inc., the U.S. government's last major Troubled Asset Relief Program investment. The investment in Ally generated $19.6 billion for taxpayers in total, $2.4 billion more than the $17.2 billion Treasury initially sank into Ally.

Ally Financial Exits TARP As Treasury Sells Remaining Stake

wsj.com — The Treasury Department has sold its remaining stake in Ally Financial Inc., the department announced on Friday. The Treasury sold 54.9 million shares at $23.25 per share, generating $1.3 billion, the Treasury said. The sale signified Treasury's last major Troubled Asset Relief Program investment. The investment in Ally generated $19.6...

Ally Financial Gets Subpoena Related to Subprime Automotive Finance

wsj.com — Ally Financial Inc. said it has voluntarily agreed to extend the statutes of limitations to allow the Justice Department to continue its investigation related to former mortgage unit Residential Capital LLC. Ally severed itself from ResCap, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in May 2012. The Justice Department is...

Does Knowing You Are a Banker Make You More Dishonest?

blogs.wsj.com — Does banking culture lead people to be more dishonest? A new study released today in Nature magazine attempted to answer that question and the results will likely be troubling to those who think the industry's ethical troubles are overblown.
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Jan 22, 2015

RT @amacker: Preet: "I want to apologize that I don’t have enough subpoenas for all of you.” Pause.“I’m kidding.I do have enough.” buzzfeed.com/bensmith/the-m…

Jan 22, 2015

RT @RitaTrichur: Royal Bank of Canada goes Hollywood with deal to buy City National for $5.4 billion $RY $CYN on.wsj.com/1uxD3a0 @WSJ By @JBSteins et moi

Jan 22, 2015

RT @Kelly_Evans: "No regulatory reasons why we won't pursue acquisitions" -$BBT Kelly King "hopefully anticipate further acquisitions in the future" @CNBC

Jan 22, 2015

RT @KristenScholer: Oil's plunge is scaring regional bank investors; executives say it is too early to see its impact on.wsj.com/1uuaydu via @WSJ @JBSteins

Jan 21, 2015

@amychozick are you in Winnipeg right now?? Let me know if you need restaurant recs.

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