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Bank boards need to be a little younger and more diverse, with a healthy mix and balance of financial acumen and technology vision.
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.
In this video, Fred Cannon, director of research for Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, discusses the question, "What is a bank's franchise value?"
Here’s what should be on your board’s agenda, along with tips to promote effective discussions.
An effective audit committee is a critical component of a financial institution’s corporate governance and combines four key components: people, resources, support and approach.
Bank boards often use age limits to move underperforming directors off the board. But should they?
The Wells Fargo case hits on many aspects of governance and compensation that are important to bank boards.
Peter Weinstock of Hunton & Williams writes about the OCC’s heightened standards for banks and what it means for bank directors.
Take the advice of Alexander Graham Bell: “before anything else, preparation is the key to success” when getting into the M&A market.
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