* The OCC filed a motion to dismiss the Conference of State Bank Supervisors' lawsuit that seeks to block it from issuing bank charters to financial technology companies.
* The legal case over MetLife's designation as a systemically important financial institution was put in abeyance until further court order.
* Mitch Crane, deputy commissioner for the Delaware Department of Insurance, said that the proposed merger between Genworth Financial and China Oceanwide Holdings may get a hearing by the end of the month.
* New York-based Atria Wealth Solutions, a newly formed wealth management solutions holding company, is buying CUSO Financial Services and sister company Sorrento Pacific Financial.
* Invesco is in talks to acquire Guggenheim Partners' retail funds business, The Wall Street Journal's sources say.
* In Ohio, Superior Credit Union is merging with Cinco Family Financial Center Credit Union.
* A Maryland judge signed an order placing Evergreen Health into receivership.
* New York Community Bancorp is slashing 224 positions in Ohio in connection with the sale of its mortgage banking business to Freedom Mortgage.
* And Canada's Home Capital Group reported a net loss of C$111.1 million, or C$1.73 per share, for the second quarter, compared to the year-ago period's net income of C$66.3 million, or 99 Canadian cents per share.
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