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  • Issues | Risk
  • Published: December 28th, 2015

Will Higher Rates Help or Hurt Banks? The Answer Is “Yes.”

The Federal Reserve’s long awaited interest rate increase will help some banks and hurt others, but you can’t say you didn’t see it coming.

  • Issues | Growth
  • Published: February 22nd, 2013

Desperately Seeking Loan Growth

A survey shows that margin compression and loan growth are key concerns for bankers.

  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: November 28th, 2016

2017 Bank M&A Survey: What Buyers Value

According to survey research conducted by Bank Director, attractive markets and lending teams are the two factors that bank leadership teams value most in an acquisition target.

  • Issues | Strategy
  • Published: October 25th, 2016

Emerging Issues Bank Executives Face

Bank executives have more to discuss than interest rates.

  • Issues | Retail
  • Published: October 19th, 2012

The Mixed Blessing of Bank Deposits

What happens when interest rates go up? Bank Director editor Jack Milligan looks to the future of banking.

  • Committees | Lending
  • Published: February 17th, 2017

Why Every Basis Point Matters Now

The author offers some suggestions for harvesting every available basis point in a low interest rate environment.

  • Committees | Compensation
  • Published: November 2nd, 2016

Rates Are Lower for Longer: How Do I Find Yield for My Bank?

Brian Watterson, managing director of Meyer-Chatfield Group, discusses a way to maximize the bank’s portfolio.

  • Committees | Lending
  • Published: January 15th, 2013

Losing Good Loans to Larger Banks? Try an Interest Rate Swap

Dan Wheeler, a partner at the law firm Bryan Cave LLP, explains how banks can offer long-term, fixed rate loans with interest rate swaps.

  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: January 19th, 2017

Rising Stock Prices Could Impact Deal Market

This article takes a look at M&A activity in 2016 with an eye toward how the environment could change in 2017.

  • Issues | Regulation
  • Published: November 10th, 2016

Election Results Could Mean Less Regulation for Banks

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.

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