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What’s the right way to handle risk management? Here’s a way for the board to get a handle on this issue.
Academic research shows that diverse groups make better decisions than those made up of people with similar demographic backgrounds.
In the second of a two-part series, Alan Kaplan identifies 10 leadership qualities that CEOs need to successfully lead the bank.
Most new directors face a steep learning curve when they join a bank board, but there are resources available that can help.
This article explores the role the board and CEO in managing the regulatory relationship.
With fintechs now seeking special purpose charters, it’s time to discuss and examine your strategy with new competition potentially entering the market.
Bank boards need to be a little younger and more diverse, with a healthy mix and balance of financial acumen and technology vision.
There is no magic formula for being an effective bank director, but there are two traits that the best tend to exhibit.
When it comes to governance, risk and compliance -- the “risk of doing nothing” may very well be the greatest risk facing bank officers and directors today.
The management team and the board can and should be steering toward a successful future for their bank, and doing so with satisfied shareholders.
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