New York Department of Financial Services
NY Regulator Seeks Banks’ Libor Transition Plans
Inadequate preparation for the transition "could have an adverse impact on the safety and soundness of regulated institutions."
N.Y. Regulator Sues U.S. Over Fintech ‘Folly’
The Department of Financial Services is challenging the Trump administration's move to allow fintech firms to apply for national bank charters.
Deutsche Bank Fined Over Laundering Controls
A New York State regulator says the bank's deficient controls facilitated $10 billion in sham trades involving Russian investors.
N.Y., Banks Reach Deal Over New IM Service
The agreement is designed to ease regulators' concerns over the Symphony service's retention of records.
Deutsche Bank to Pay $2.5B in LIBOR-Rigging Case
The settlement is the largest among the five banks that have admitted LIBOR-rate misconduct.