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Police Corner Suspected Senior Citizen Bank Robber

DENVER (CBS4)- Police in Denver cornered a suspected bank robber several hours after he targeted a bank and took off with the cash. The suspected bank robber is 68 years old. 114 more words


LGP’s £1bn UK industrial fund secures £350m refinancing across two facilities

Legal & General Property (LGP) has refinanced the circa £1bn Industrial Property Investment Fund (IPIF) with a two-tranche £275m six-year term loan with Royal Bank of Scotland, Wells Fargo and L&G’s lending arm, LGIM Commercial Lending. 502 more words


If You're Going To Commit $175K In ID Theft, Don't Do It Under Your Real Name

One would think that a scammer clever enough to steal a victim’s personal data and trick some of the nation’s largest banks into helping her steal $175,000 would have the forethought to hide her own identity. 225 more words

Jump$tart Financial Literacy Conference

Last Thursday, the Iowa Bankers Association attended the Jump$tart Financial Literacy Conference in Ankeny. The annual conference highlights financial literacy programs and materials available for educators to use in the classroom in order to teach the subject of financial literacy to Iowa students. 241 more words

Remember: You're Probably Only Opted Out Of Bank Junk Mail For A Few Years

Have you ever cut ties with a friend or loved one, thinking you’d never want to see them again? Have you later had second thoughts about taking the axe (metaphorically) to that relationship and wished you could rebuild what you once had? 447 more words

Smyrna Bank Robbery

Smyrna Police have arrested two different bank robbers after they attempted rob two separate banks. Kentrell Allen 18 attempted to rob Fifth Third Bank located inside a Kroger and Terrence Robinson, 28 attempted to rob Wells Fargo located at 3261 South Cobb drive. 46 more words


Wells Fargo To Stop Reordering Check Transactions; Should Reduce Overdraft Charges

A little talked-about way in which banks maximize overdraft fees is by processing transactions not in the order in which they are received, but in a way that results in the largest number of overdrafts. 271 more words