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JPMorgan | February 12, 2020
Shareholder activists focused on climate issues vowed to press proxy battles with JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) after getting a cold reception from the top Wall Street bank, even though Chief Executive Jamie Dimon has vowed to protect the environment. Activists, including the As You Sow Foundation, Trillium Asset Management and Boston Trust Walden, said they had received notices that the bank has asked for regulatory permission to skip votes at its spring annual meeting on proposals such as re...
Core Banking, Digital Banking
Businesswire | May 31, 2023
Q2 Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: QTWO), a leading provider of digital transformation solutions for banking and lending, announced today that Fortis Private Bank (“Fortis”) has selected Q2 PrecisionLender™, Q2’s relationship pricing and profitability solution for commercial lending institutions, to strengthen its client relationships and increase deal profitability.
Based in Denver, Colorado, Fortis is a $1.4 billion commercial bank focused on delivering an except...
Financial Management, Payments
Wedge Financial and Fiserv | December 20, 2022
Wedge, the fintech company on a mission to make consumer's dollars go farther by bringing the power of the markets and programmable payments to everyday spending, is bringing its capabilities to AppMarket from Fiserv, a collaborative online marketplace where financial institution clients of Fiserv (NASDAQ: FISV) can easily access transformative technology. This will allow Wedge to bring its technology to more financial institutions more efficiently and accelerate its growth trajectory. In ad...
Goldman | July 07, 2020
Goldman Sachs sees Wall Street banks suffering from a surge in bad loan provisions and has outlined a grim estimate for a 69% drop in second-quarter earnings. Analysts at the bank wrote in a 7 July note to clients that they see $32bn in set-asides for bad loans for the largest seven American banks this quarter, an increase from about $26bn in the first three months of the year.
A trading bonanza, fuelled by virus-driven volatility, has not been enough to outweigh an economic slump, the dr...
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