* Data for 44,000 customers of the FDIC was "inadvertently"compromised by an outgoingemployee in February, The Washington Postreports, citing a memo, adding that the employee downloaded the data onto a personalstorage device — but "without malicious intent."
* The share of home mortgages serviced by nonbanks increased from about 6.8% in 2012to approximately 24.2% in 2015, as measured by unpaid principal balance, accordingto a report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office. Banks continued to servicethe remainder, which is about 75.8%.
* Keefe Bruyette & Woods Inc. named 18 U.S. bankinginstitutions to its 2015 Bank HonorRoll, down from 2014's 25 institutions.
* At CNO Financial Group Inc., Gary Bhojwani was president, effective April18, and Erik Helding was named executive vice president and CFO, effective immediately.
* The NAIC is preparing to explore options to protect its turf — consumers and U.S.insurance company oversight — against the impact of insurance bilateral agreementnegotiations between the U.S. and the European Union.
* David Weimert, a former AnchorBank fsb senior vice president,was releasedfrom federal prison after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit reversedhis conviction of five counts of wire fraud, The Wall Street Journal reports. Weimert was sentenced to 18 monthsin federal prison in June 2015.
* Demand for BATS Global Markets Inc. shares appear tobe very high days beforethe exchange's IPO is scheduled to price. The offering may be oversubscribed byas much as 5x, Bloomberg wrote, citing sources.
* Marshall Sprung, co-chief of the SEC's Division of Enforcement'sAsset Management Unit, plans to leave theagency later this April.
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