The industry loves to tout its bipartisanship, but it has very publicly embraced the Trump administration at times.
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Ally Financial's recently announced $2.65 billion cash-and-stock deal for CardWorks, which offers unsecured credit cards among other products, places a high price tag on a traditionally risky product.February 21
The Trump administration proposes cutting personnel and other budgetary items at the bureau, while the agency’s director — who controls the purse strings and was hand-picked by the administration — aims to boost spending and hire more employees.February 20
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CEOOak Tree Business Systems, Inc.February 14
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The administration proposed to end the housing trust funds now financed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and to subject numerous agencies to the congressional appropriations process, among other things.
The companies on Arizent’s third annual list of Best Fintechs to Work For share an ability to create personal connections with employees, and offer top-tier benefits like generous sabbaticals, fully paid insurance, and parental leave on day one.
The window to change beneficial-ownership rules or pass other measures will be narrow, but some legislative efforts from 2019 will carry over and House Democrats will resume inquiries of certain industry CEOs and Trump-appointed regulators.
From Toys for Tots to supporting teachers, veterans and more, credit unions are closing out 2019 with an extra heling of philanthropy.