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August 6, 2014
18:25 EDTSTISunTrust cooperating with U.S. Attorney's Office on foreclosure expenses probe
SunTrust, disclosed in a regulatory filing that it has been cooperating with the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York in a broader based industry investigation regarding claims for foreclosure-related expenses charged by law firms in connection with the foreclosure of loans guaranteed or insured by Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, or FHA. The investigation relates to a private litigant qui tam lawsuit filed under seal and remains in early stages. The Southern District and SunTrust engaged in dialogue regarding potential resolution of this matter as part of the National Mortgage Servicing Settlement, but were unable to reach agreement. The Southern District has not yet advised SunTrust how it may proceed in this matter. The company's financial statements at June 30 reflect the company's current estimate of probable losses associated with the matter.
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March 20, 2015
08:03 EDTSTIZions Bancorp announces retirement of CFO Doyle Arnold
Zions Bancorp (ZION) announced that Vice Chairman and CFO Doyle Arnold will retire in early May, subsequent to the filing of the company's first quarter financial results. He will be succeeded as CFO by Paul Burdiss, currently Corporate Treasurer at SunTrust (STI) Atlanta, Georgia.
March 19, 2015
07:46 EDTSTISunTrust management to meet with Deutsche Bank
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March 12, 2015
07:44 EDTSTIDeutsche calls Citi, Regions biggest stress test winners
Deutsche Bank views Citi (C) and Regions Financial (RF) as the biggest winners coming out of the Federal Reserve's stress tests. Citi's non-objection, buybacks of $7.8B and a quarterly dividend of 5c were all in-line to better than expected, while Regions' buybacks of $875M was much higher than its $625M estimate, Deutsche points out. The firm believes KeyCorp (KEY), Morgan Stanley (MS) and SunTrust (STI) were also winners after announcing larger than expected buybacks. It views the results for Bank of America (BAC) as a "slight disappointment," but adds some investors may be relieved by the lack of rejection to the capital plan.

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