TCF Bank

A banking subsidiary of TCF Financial Corporation, a bank holding company based in Wayzata.

July 24

TCF beats expectations with a nearly 5 percent jump in Q2 profit

Executives give an upbeat outlook, say changes to auto-finance strategy are paying off.
February 8

Bill Cooper, TCF executive and ex-MN GOP leader, dies at 73

Bill Cooper, who turned a failing savings and loan into Minnesota's third-largest banking company, TCF Financial Corp., and was a dominating figure in the state's business and political communities, has died. He was 73.
January 31

TCF will close branches in 10 Cub stores, leaving only ATMs

TCF Financial Corp. will close branches in 10 Cub Food stores on April 14, leaving them with ATMs amid a decline in demand for full-service…
January 27

TCF profit fell amid a sudden loss of momentum in auto lending

Interest income grew solidly and the company added to its deposit base.
October 21, 2016

TCF net profit jumps 7 percent, shaped by new loans and sales of old ones

TCF Financial Corp. said Friday its third-quarter net profit grew 7 percent from the same period last year, shaped by growth in loan originations and…
August 31, 2015
Bill Cooper, 72, arrived at the company in the 1980s, when it was called Twin City Federal, and infused it with capital through a public offering.

Bill Cooper to step down as TCF CEO; Craig Dahl to succeed him

Over three decades, Bill Cooper built Twin City Federal, as it was known then, into a much larger firm with nearly $20 billion in assets and about 400 branches in seven states.
March 4, 2015
TCF Bank branch

Lawsuit claiming overtime violations filed against TCF

Illinois workers say the bank misclassified their jobs.
October 24, 2014

TCF profit driven upward by auto, equipment financing

TCF Financial Corp. said third-quarter net income grew 22 percent as auto loans and equipment financing rose strongly and borrowing costs fell. The Wayzata bank…
TCF's results
July 25, 2014
TCF Bank at 121 South Eighth Street in Minneapolis, MN at on October 2...

TCF 2Q profit rises, driven again by auto, equipment loans

Second quarter saw sustained profit improvements from company's strategy to expand into auto, equipment loans.
April 30, 2014

Schafer: Shareholder grumbling over TCF execs' pay is justified

Here’s the way it’s supposed to work — when shareholders in large numbers vote against the way you pay your executives, you change the way…
April 23, 2014

TCF profits surge; CEO says bank 'hit on all pistons'

The Wayzata-based lender is trying to grow beyond its reliance on consumer banking fees.
April 13, 2014

TCF building may be redeveloped in downtown Minneapolis

A new tower could rise after the bank relocates its downtown Minneapolis staff to Plymouth.
TCF relocation
April 8, 2014

TCF will exit downtown Minneapolis tower for Plymouth campus

TCF Financial Corp. is pulling out of the TCF Tower and TCF Bank Building in downtown Minneapolis as it consolidates several office locations into a new campus in Plymouth for 1,500 employees.
January 30, 2014

TCF closing 8 Cub branches in Minn.

Profits at the state's No. 3 bank jump 50 percent from last year, but slipped a bit from the previous quarter. The bank enters cost-cutting mode again.
Target data breach
January 29, 2014

Banks have replaced 15.3M cards since Target breach

Wells Fargo & Co. is the latest bank to shift gears and start proactively replacing cards exposed during Target's breach.
Outdoor hockey at U
January 16, 2014

Nov. 25: Gophers to play outdoor hockey doubleheader at TCF

The Gophers will play an outdoor hockey doubleheader at TCF Bank Stadium, with the men's team playing Ohio State and the women playing Minnesota State-Mankato.
January 4, 2014

TCF to reissue cards tied to Target breach

The bank is contacting customers who used its cards at Target, saying it won't deactivate their TCF cards until new ones arrive.
December 3, 2013
A new survey dubbed TCF the most complained-about bank in the country.

Federal regulator clears TCF on Bank Secrecy Act compliance

The bank paid a $10 million fine earlier this year for lapses in monitoring suspicious bank transactions.
November 25, 2013
FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2009 file photo, a customer swipes a MasterCard...

Wieffering: Time to get over debit card fees

The foot-stomping frenzy about debit card fees reminds me of a sandbox showdown between 2-year-olds.
November 25, 2013

Consumer fury forcing banks to kill debit fees

Bank of America latest to drop fee. But analysts say battle not over.
November 25, 2013

Developer closes deal on land near historic Pillsbury A Mill

A Bloomington developer said Thursday it has completed the purchase of a portion of the Pillsbury A Mill site in Minneapolis, paving the way for a new luxury apartment complex along the Mississippi River.
November 25, 2013

2 who aided feds in fraud case stay out of prison

The judge commends one as a "bright spot" in an ugly conspiracy and praises another for risking his life to help.
Banking privileges
November 25, 2013

TCF Bank's closing of Iranian students' accounts is questioned

About a dozen University of Minnesota students have received letters from the Wayzata-based company, which cites investigations into transactions that might have violated federal sanctions.
November 25, 2013

Feds eye campus bank card deals

The college business is a lucrative one, and it has attracted the attention of the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
November 25, 2013
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Inside Track: Chanhassen's Exlar sold to Curtiss-Wright

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