Bank CEOs Day Two: Warren Gets Angry About Zelle, Republicans Warn About Embracing Liberal Agenda
Also, SEC might not ban PFOF but it still doesn't like it; PCAOB chief says audit watchdog is waking up from its long enforcement slumber
The large bank chief executives were a bit more on the hot seat, as the Senate Banking Committee took its turn in the two-day hearing extravaganza. Once again the partisan lines were clearly drawn, with Democrats pressing the CEOs on overdraft fees and lending to minorities and lower income people, while Republicans wondered about their work with autocr…
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