Pressure to keep more capital puts constraints on banks, says Laurie Stewart of Sound Community in Seattle.
Main Street banks, often more diversified and risk-averse than Wall Street banks, are largely shrugging off First Republic’s meltdown.
The failures of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank had a lot of depositors worried about their own banks. While many moved their depositors to bigger institutions, bank deposits have been trending downward overall.
Banks may get stingier and more selective with loans, and that could hurt businesses that need them.
In Southern California and South Carolina, businesses are looking for loans. But in the Midwest, owners are hesitant to borrow.
A new report from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. finds bankers are increasing the money they set aside for bad loans.
The arrangement would allow minority-owned lenders to take PPP loans off of their balance sheets.
Banks submitting 5,000 or more applications can upload one document. Banks submitting fewer have to enter information manually.
Fair housing advocates are concerned about a pending vote in the Senate that would relax banking rules on reporting loan data. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
A Senate bill that would roll back some banking restrictions passed in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis is moving forward with bipartisan support. Seventeen Democrats voted along with Republicans on Tuesday to allow the banking bill to proceed to a vote. Proponents say it will provide relief to small and mid-sized banks. But […]