The Washington Post reports on Pope Francis’ new appointments to the advisers for the Vatican Bank, retaining only one of the previously appointed Cardinals. From WaPo:
In 2012, Ettore Gotti Tedeschi was ousted as bank president after being accused of incompetence.
That same year, U.S. banker JPMorgan closed its accounts with the bank, and Deutsche Bank Italia ended a 15-year relationship, making the Holy See a cash-only state for several months.
[Pope Francis Shakes Up Vatican Bank] – Washington Post