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Big banks such as Bank of America, Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase may be slowly finding favor with institutional money managers, according to a report published Wednesday.
Interest rates aren't as sexy a topic as banker pay, but it should matter at least as much to investors.
Restructuring advisor Goldin Associates has been appointed operations monitor of Ocwen Financial, in conjunction with a settlement the embattled mortgage debt collector reached with New York's main financial services regulator.
FXCM declined for a fourth straight day as the struggling foreign exchange trading platform's own earnings and a lower valuation by its biggest lender triggered a new round of selling.
The transaction underscores banks' renewed interest in mortgage servicing.
Brian Schreiber is an 18-year veteran with a big job to do under new CEO Peter Hancock.
Monday's announcement is the first of several steps expected over the next 12 months.
The spinoff -- Black Knight Financial Services -- will go public.
A Citigroup analyst who has been both an outspoken critic of the company and champion of the stock still thinks it could double.
Some banks have been bidding for mortgage-servicing assets and earning eye-popping returns of more than 20% -- with returns amplified by leverage and complex hedging strategies.