* The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit allowed banks to use automated telemarketing equipment to issue "time-sensitive" phone calls, provided that consumers can opt out.
* Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., again wrote a letter to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Acting Head Mick Mulvaney criticizing him for his "almost entirely inadequate" responses to her nine letters since November 2017.
* CFPB COO Sartaj Alag is leaving the agency in April, Morning Consult reports.
* In Minnesota, Bridgewater Bancshares received net proceeds of $58.4 million from its recently closed IPO.
* Point72 Asset Management President Douglas Haynes has resigned after being involved in a gender discrimination lawsuit, sources told The New York Times.
* Hedge fund manager Blackstone Group gave new rewards to Founder and CEO Stephen Schwarzman for when he retires and even after he dies, The Wall Street Journal reports.
* A court in Travis County, Texas, has placed Access Insurance into liquidation after the state of California barred the company from writing any new or renewal insurance business, The Insurance Insider reports.
* Insurance company Arch Capital Group promoted COO Marc Grandisson to CEO.
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