Stock held by Springleaf Holdings CEO Jay Levine soared Tuesday after the Indiana-based firm said it would buy OneMain Financial from Citigroup. Still uncertain was how the deal would affect 1,155 Indiana employees after the company moves it headquarters.
Springleaf Holdings Inc.,a consumer lender that went public in 2013, plans to move its headquarters from Indiana to Connecticut after buying subprime lender OneMain Financial for $4.25 billion in cash.
A division of the Indy Chamber is applying to become a U.S. Small Business Administration-affiliated microlender, a move aimed at boosting its available capital and expanding its territory in a wide-open frontier of finance.
The justices agreed Thursday to take up a case that challenges the theory that certain housing or lending practices can illegally harm minority groups, even when there is no proof of intent to discriminate.