The president fired off two tweets this week objecting to a rate hike. In one of them, he called it “incredible” that the Fed would consider raising rates again when “the outside world is blowing up around us.”
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Federal authorities announced Wednesday that they have solved the high-profile orchestrated killing of a former Indiana banking executive who was shot to death more than seven years ago while driving home from work.
BMO Harris has added a former JPMorgan Chase exec to lead its commercial banking efforts in central Indiana and around the state.
Today—as it was in 1993 when the bank launched—its leaders focus on reaching customers in four categories: small to medium-sized businesses, professionals, not-for-profit organizations and money management. “We haven’t changed that strategy in 25 years,” said Mickey Maurer, the bank’s board chairman.
The U.S. attorney’s office says five central Indiana residents and one man from Detroit took more than $8 million from a bank and an insurance company, in part to pay for a home, a wedding, cars and more.
The scope of the banks fake accounts scandal grew significantly on Thursday, with the bank saying that 3.5 million accounts were potentially opened without customers’ permission.
The merged companies make up the second-largest financial holding corporation headquartered in Indiana, behind Evansville-based Old National Bank Bancorp.
Todd Wolfe’s Deca Financial Services LLC was forced into bankruptcy in 2014, and he was indicted on federal fraud charges the following year.
The Fishers-based online-only bank plans to use the new capital to support its growing loan business.
New projections show the central bankers expect three separate quarter-point rate increases in 2017, up from the two seen in the previous forecasts.
Thomas Carter of Fishers has been charged with bank fraud after allegedly siphoning funds from his employer for more than three years.
The No. 1 player in the U.S. pawn shop market has agreed to buy the No. 3 firm for about $994 million in stock as a regulatory crackdown reshapes the non-bank lending industry.
Of the 654 congregations to file for bankruptcy protection between 2006 and 2013, 60 percent had black pastors or predominantly black membership, according to an associate professor at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law.
Alex Glass will be sworn in as securities commissioner on July 1, replacing interim commissioner Brandon Clifton, who has been filling the role for the past month after the abrupt resignation of Carol Mihalik.