BNP Paribas, HSBC, and Royal Bank of Scotland are told to resubmit their plans by the end of the year.
Two attorneys counsel borrowers on how to break an impasse in loan covenant negotiations.
The stock market upturn has persisted much longer and prices have risen much higher than most historical bull markets, says an OFR study.
FOMC members also cut their median projections for the central bank's key interest rate to 0.625% for 2015 and 1.875% for 2016.
A report by the Bank for International Settlements says bond market liquidity hinges on the actions of just a few fund managers.
Companies going public are taking full advantage of the JOBS Act's relaxation of some filing rules.
Two Irvine, Calif.-based banks settle with the Justice Department over permitting transactions involving fraudulent merchants.
The U.S. approved the capital plans of 29 of the 31 largest U.S. banks, including BofA, but failed the U.S. arms of Deutsche Bank and Santander.
HR 888 would force the Federal Reserve to measure the financial benefits that banks receive from being 'too big to fail,' says one of the bill's…
Investors' hunger for yield is leading to still-weaker covenant protections on noninvestment-grade corporate bonds.