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With Dodd-Frank seeing its fifth anniversary, compensation regulations are starting to be finalized, says McLagan’s Todd Leone and Liz Kiley.
Industry observers think a Republican-controlled Congress and President Trump will weaken the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, but not get rid of the Dodd-Frank Act.
Bank Director’s legal panel describes what the board should do when receiving a whistleblower complaint.
Dory Wiley at Commerce Street Capital writes about how banks are taking advantage of an exception in the Volcker Rule to invest in small businesses.
Trepp LLC’s Matt Anderson writes about the six ways boards should approach stress testing at banks.
Regulatory costs are a huge burden for smaller banks. But Bank Director's Acquire or Be Acquired Conference shows that the industry's consolidation may be driven by other factors.
Expect rate increases, higher bank M&A volume and core earnings growth in the year ahead.
On the eve of Bank Director’s Bank Executive and Board Compensation Conference in Chicago, Editor Jack Milligan writes about what has changed in bank compensation in a decade.
Create a framework that allows for nimble decision making while maintaining control.
Regulators are increasingly scrutinizing banks to assess the quality of their culture.
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