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  • Issues | Technology
  • Published: February 26th, 2014

Three Things Bank Boards Can Do to Improve the Use of Technology

Technology is changing rapidly. Boards can make changes now.

  • Committees | Governance
  • Published: March 29th, 2012

Part 4: Best Practices for Bank Boards

Avoid burnout on the board, develop real leadership and schedule special meetings to look at the big picture, says Jim McAlpin of Bryan Cave LLP.

  • Committees | Governance
  • Published: March 10th, 2017

Getting Women Back Into Leadership Roles

UBS is filling key roles through an internship program targeting talented women coming off of a career break.

  • Issues | Risk
  • Published: June 15th, 2016

Getting Called Out on Cybersecurity

Bank boards need to do more about cybersecurity—and it begins with actually talking about it.

  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: August 6th, 2014

M&A: How to Review Deals at the Board Level

Michael Shumaker of Bryan Cave LLP discusses the essential process for reviewing mergers and acquisitions.

  • Committees | Governance
  • Published: February 13th, 2012

Part 3: Best Practices for Bank Boards

This is the third part in a series of articles by Jim McAplin of Bryan Cave LLP on the 10 best practices for bank boards.

  • Committees | Governance
  • Published: July 6th, 2016

Succession Planning for the Board: What to Consider

Succession planning isn’t just for the senior officers. Here’s how to think about succession planning for board members.

  • Issues | Legal
  • Published: August 21st, 2015

Banks Decide to Fight Lawsuit

ConnectOne Bancorp's Chairman and CEO Frank Sorrentino discusses the bank's decision to fight a shareholder lawsuit and how it paid off.

  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: March 5th, 2012

The Seller's Story: What It Takes To Get A Deal Done

Hear from three bank directors who have completed recent transactions as they share their insight on how to handle board dynamics during the process.

  • Committees | Governance
  • Published: July 25th, 2011

Do the Europeans have it right?

U.S. bank boards tend to have older members, fewer financial experts and more people busy with outside jobs than their European counterparts.

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