Kevin Wack is a California-based reporter for American Banker who covers the U.S. consumer finance industry. He was formerly the newspaper's Capitol Hill correspondent. Earlier, he worked on financial policy in Washington, first as a fellow with the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations and later as senior editor for the Congressional Oversight Panel for TARP. Wack has also reported for the Associated Press and worked as the investigative reporter for the Portland Press Herald in Maine. A St. Louis native, Wack is a graduate of Stanford University and holds a master's degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
Steve Calk, the head of The Federal Savings Bank, was a "co-conspirator" in an effort to defraud the Chicago bank, a prosecutor said at the trial of former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort. Could Calk be charged with a crime?
A multimillion-dollar deal between Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Stephen Calk, the man who would later become Paul Manafort's banker, was supposed to deliver 400 new jobs to the city. Here's what really happened.