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Community bank directors don't have to approve loans. Yet, more than three-quarters of executives and directors say their board is involved in the process.
If your bank has concentrations that are at or above regulatory guidelines, examiners will expect to see a stress test that supports your concentration risk management plan.
Board packets are growing in size and current bank director and former CEO Joe Garrett weighs in on what can be done to improve them.
Changing state laws and federal stagnation puts the onus on banks to decide whether they will provide banking services to marijuana-related businesses.
Take the advice of Alexander Graham Bell: “before anything else, preparation is the key to success” when getting into the M&A market.
Banks need to worry a little less about fair lending lawsuits these days, but the issue can’t be ignored.
Bank leaders should focus on building a positive relationship with regulators, even in today’s deregulatory environment.
Mergers and acquisitions in the banking industry historically have been relatively straight forward, but things are beginning to change.
Market concentrations can have a big impact on community bank deals, and should be examined early in the process.
Bankers need to keep in mind some key considerations as CECL’s effective date rapidly approaches.
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