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Small business investment companies have been gaining favor due to their unique benefits for community banks.
Bank Director’s Audit and Risk Committees Conference delved into some of the most difficult decisions and risks that banks face, including cyber security, rising interest rates and regulatory demands.
This article describes how interest rates affect the bank’s balance sheet, and what questions board members should be asking to provide oversight of interest rate risk.
As commercial borrowers seek long-term funding, it’s time for risk-averse community banks to examine commonly-held phobias about using swaps.
The proposed rules would simplify hedge accounting and get rid of many of its drawbacks.
Stay away from these mistakes when talking to your customers about loans.
Wipfli writes about interest rate risk and four steps for the board to consider.
It’s time for banks to do some assessment of how the curve will impact balance sheets for a while.
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.
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