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Chase to pay $6M to NY customers in credit card settlement

The bank agrees to a $136 million state-federal settlement over credit card debt collection practices; it will pay $6 million to 5,300 New York customers.

Wealth management’s double-digit surge

Myth busted regarding prominence of ‘old money.’

Rangers give Playland an assist

The New York Rangers and Chase Bank have formed New York Rangers Assist and will help repair the Playland Ice Casino.

Chase lends $20B to small businesses in 2012

Chase Bank extended $20.2 billion in new credit to small businesses in 2012, an 18 percent increase over 2011 for business loans made within the U.S.

People’s pumps up deposits

People’s United Financial Inc. finally reversed years of steadily dwindling market share in its home base of Fairfield County.

Chase deposits spike – except in Fairfield County

Chase Bank recorded a significant drop in deposits at Fairfield County branches during the past year – but a whopping increase nationally.

Mortgage funds received faster than expected

More Connecticut borrowers are seeing mortgage relief faster than expected since the $25 billion national mortgage foreclosure settlement was reached in April.

Report: Murphy faced foreclosure action

Chase initiated foreclosure proceedings on a Cheshire home of U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy in 2007, according to the Hartford Courant.

Conn. homeowners get $65m in settlement

Between March and June, more than 1,000 Connecticut homeowners received mortgage relief under a $25 billion settlement.

Chase lowers Q1 profit, increases lending

Releasing its second quarter results on Friday the 13th, JPMorgan Chase & Co. said sour trades by  “the London Whale” amounted to $5.8 billion,...

That’s “bank speak”

It will be a while longer before you drive by a billboard emblazoned with “Banking without the BS*” – but that’s not to say...

Banks cut jobs again

Connecticut banks pared jobs a second straight quarter, another worrisome signal for the economy even as one bank’s survey suggested few businesses expect to...

Former FDIC chair calls for Chase consolidation

The former chair of the FDIC called for the breakup of JPMorgan Chase.

Double-whammy loans loom large

Some area banks are struggling with restructured loans in which borrowers remain in arrears.

Jepsen’s focus turns to investors

Following February’s $25 billion mortgage settlement, Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen is going after the credit rating agencies.