Why M&T-People's United met resistance in Connecticut

American Banker

M&T Bank Connecticut M&A Workforce management

SMB Profile: Looking Forward To Christmas In Connecticut

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Like all the towns on the Connecticut shoreline, Guilford is centered around a village green. Retail brick and mortar Connecticut COVID-19 News SMBsOn its north side stands a picture-postcard, white-steepled church.

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Connecticut AG Launches Antitrust Probe Into Amazon’s eBook Business

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Connecticut Attorney General William Tong is launching an antitrust probe into how Amazon runs its eBook business, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported on Thursday (Jan. This is Connecticut’s second look into Amazon’s eBook unit.

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Grocery Roundup: Ahold Delhaize Opens Connecticut Facility; Walmart Woos Wellness Shoppers

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23) that it has opened its 1 million-square-foot distribution center in Manchester, Connecticut.

Why this Connecticut community bank is merging with a fintech

American Banker

Fintech Community banking M&A

Four Banks Partner to help Connecticut’s Underbanked

Banking Exchange

Individuals without access to basic banking services can now open accounts through a state-wide initiative being rolled out across Connecticut Community Banking People Covid19 Customers Fair Lending Feature3 Feature.

Connecticut bank sued for alleged discriminatory mortgage lending

CFPB Monitor

Last week, the Connecticut Fair Housing Center, Inc. filed a complaint against Liberty Bank in Connecticut federal district court alleging that the Bank engaged in discriminatory mortgage lending in violation of the federal Fair Housing Act. The complaint describes the Bank as “the eighth-largest conventional home purchase lender and eleventh-largest refinancer in Connecticut.”. Fair Lending State CFS Monitor State Enforcement CFPB connecticut fair lending redlining

Connecticut Department of Banking Issues Order Establishing Remote Office Locations on a Permanent Basis

CFPB Monitor

The order applies to individuals working on behalf of persons licensed in Connecticut as: Consumer collection agencies; Debt adjusters; Debt negotiators; Mortgage brokers, mortgage correspondent lenders or mortgage lenders; Mortgage servicers; Sales finance companies; Small loan companies; and.

Connecticut Car Insurance: Get Coverage at the Lowest Rates

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Connecticut is one of the most expensive states to have car insurance in. Average Car Insurance Rates in Connecticut. It’s important to understand you’re unlikely to pay the average rate for car insurance in Connecticut. Auto Insurance Laws in Connecticut.

Connecticut Learns From NY’s Payroll Card Strifes

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28) said Connecticut is preparing for a new statute to legalize payroll cards. According to reports, Connecticut rules aim to address those drawbacks; the state bans employers from imposing additional costs on employees for using the cards, while any payroll card an employer decides to use must be linked with a “substantial number” of ATMs that don’t charge fees.

Patriot National in Connecticut freed from order with OCC

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Regulation and compliance

Significant changes to Connecticut consumer finance licensing laws to take effect October 1, 2018

CFPB Monitor

Significant changes to Connecticut’s licensing laws for consumer financial services providers will take effect on October 1, 2018. A licensee will be required to submit the demographic records collected between October 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019 to the Connecticut Banking Department by July 1, 2019. State CFS Monitor State Licensing connecticut licensing

Connecticut Banking Dept. takes no-action position on new demographic data reporting requirement for sales finance companies

CFPB Monitor

In August 2018, we reported about significant changes to Connecticut’s licensing laws for consumer financial services providers that were to take effect on October 1, 2018. A licensee is required to submit the demographic records collected between October 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019 to the Connecticut Banking Department by July 1, 2019. Auto Finance Fair Credit State CFS Monitor State Licensing connecticut

New York To Sunbelt State Tourists: Stay Home

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With coronavirus infection rates soaring in the Sunbelt, the governors of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey are teaming up to slap a 14-day quarantine on travelers from states where the deadly virus is spiking. Phil Murphy and Connecticut Gov.

CEO of American Eagle Financial CU to retire

American Banker

C-suite Connecticut Credit unions Succession planning

Essex Savings in Connecticut lines up next CEO

American Banker

Diane Arnold, who will succeed the retiring Gregory Shook in July, has been with the bank since 2002. She is currently the chief lending officer. Community banking Growth strategies Succession planning Women in Banking

Connecticut bank halts small-dollar loan program due to high demand

American Banker

The $5.9 billion-asset Liberty Bank in Middletown had set aside $5 million to make small-dollar loans to customers affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Consumer lending Community banking Coronavirus Small-dollar lending

First Connecticut Commits $5M to Small-Business Lending in Mass.

American Banker

First Connecticut Bancorp in Farmington has committed to making $5 million in small-business loans over the next year. small-business commercial-lending breaking_news community-banking

Patriot in Connecticut buys portfolio of prepaid debit card deposits

American Banker

The company said the acquisition should lower its funding costs and shore up its net interest margin. Deposits Prepaid cards M&A Community banks

Patriot National hires outsider as next leader

American Banker

The Connecticut company recruited Robert Russell from Millington Bank to become its president and CEO. Connecticut Succession planning Community banks Recruiting

Activist investor to join Bankwell's board

American Banker

The Connecticut company will appoint Lawrence Seidman to become a director at its next annual meeting. Community banking M&A Activist Investors Connecticut

CT Gov: First Wave Of $600 Jobless Payments Were Sent

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Connecticut Gov. Connecticut’s $600 payments exceeded $89 million, according to the governor. Coronavirus benefits Connecticut COVID-19 funds jobless News payments unemployment What's Hot

Provident in Massachusetts buys warehouse lending business

American Banker

Community banking M&A Warehouse lenders Mortgages Massachusetts Florida ConnecticutThe company acquired ResX Warehouse Lending from People's United Financial.

Webster discloses plan to cut tenth of annual expenses

American Banker

The Connecticut company, which began reviewing its operations in January, said the effort gained momentum when the coronavirus pandemic hit. Connecticut Earnings Revenue and expenses Branch network

Why this regional bank is dumping N.Y. multifamily loans

American Banker

People's United in Connecticut is letting the loans run off its books as it invests in higher-yielding commercial loans. Community banking Commercial lending Earnings Multifamily Connecticut Massachusetts New York

Two Bank Mergers and Its Effect on a State’s Economy

Banking Exchange

M&T’s merger with People’s United could potentially disrupt the state of Connecticut’s economy Community Banking M&A Management Feature The Economy Feature3.

CT federal district court rules state’s demands to PHEAA for federal student loan documents preempted by federal law

CFPB Monitor

The Connecticut federal district court has ruled in Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency v. of ED Preemption Regulatory and Enforcement Student Loans connecticut pheaa preempt student loan

Collinsville Bank (CT) Kasasa Cash Available Statewide

BankDeals

Collinsville Bank's Kasasa Cash offers a competitive rate and is available statewide in Connecticut and in three Massachusetts counties

Millbury National Bank Offers Kasasa Cash and Saver in the Northeast

BankDeals

Millbury National Bank's Kasasa Cash and Kasasa Saver are available in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont

NCUA bans two for embezzlement, larceny

American Banker

The regulator issued prohibitions for former credit union employees in Virginia and Connecticut. Prohibition orders Financial crimes Credit unions NCUA Embezzling

People's United agrees to sell insurance unit

American Banker

The Connecticut company will receive $120 million in cash from AssuredPartners for People's United Insurance Agency. Insurance M&A Growth strategies

Savers Bank Offers Rewards Checking Account In CT, MA, and RI

BankDeals

citizens/resident aliens who live in Connecticut, Massachusetts, or Rhode Island Savers Bank offers its competitive rewards checking account, Ka-Ching Checking, to U.S.

New Jobless Claims Drop To Lowest Level Since Pandemic’s Start

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14, extended benefits were available in Alaska, California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York and Texas. . New jobless claims for the week ending Aug.

Could States Tax MERS Out of Existence?

New York's State of Mind

On Halloween, the Supreme Court decided that it would not hear an appeal challenging the constitutionality of a Connecticut law which takes direct aim at the MERSCORP model. If you provide mortgages, there is a good chance that you benefit from the efficiencies brought about by the MERS system Connecticut has a typical mortgage recording […].

Market Commentary: Week of April 6, 2020

SWBC's LenderHub

From the old adage, “seeing is believing,” COVID-19 has begun to ravage New York and the New York City Metro Area (New Jersey and southern Connecticut) and key markets such as Agency MBS and Municipals began to feel shaky again. What happened?