Banking & Finance

Mixed reactions The reaction to Biden’s executive order on bank deals was decidedly mixed. The American Bankers Association said in a statement that having nearly “5,000 banks of all sizes, charters and business models” provides the country “with the deepest and most diverse banking system in the world.” “The depth and resiliency of today’s banking
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Brad Karp, chair of Paul Weiss, and Leon Black, Apollo’s founder and former CEO. Matt Rourke/AP Photo; Lucy Nicholson/Reuters; Apollo Global Management; Paul Weiss; Samantha Lee/Insider Over the past decade, private equity giant Apollo has boosted the coffers of law firm Paul Weiss. But the cozy relationship has come at a cost, insiders say. Insider
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Whether an individual is opening up their first bank account, picking investments for their portfolio, or seeking financial advice prior to retirement, financial professionals are available to guide them through the process.  The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) enables finance pros to walk consumers through a variety of banking, investment, and insurance decisions, but more importantly, the
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United States: House Financial Services Committee Considers Fair Credit Reporting Legislation 02 July 2021 Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP To print this article, all you need is to be registered or login on Mondaq.com. The U.S. House Committee on Financial Services considered legislation that would amend the Fair Credit Reporting Act for the purpose of
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Henry B. Gonzalez had a long and controversial career as a Texas politician.  He was the first Hispanic elected to Congress from Texas and was never afraid to speak his mind on the issues. Gonzalez was born to immigrant parents in San Antonio in 1916.  His parents arrived in Texas, fleeing the violence of the Mexican Revolution.  His father rose to become an editor of
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