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Advice compensation committees can use to maximize benefits and structure executive agreements to actually enhance shareholder value.
Understanding how to improve shareholder value starts with trading in the public markets.
What role do size and diversification play in a bank’s value? C.K. Lee of Commerce Street Capital answers this question in his third and final post on valuation.
Frank Mayer III of Dinsmore & Shohl describes what a board should do if it receives an unsolicited offer.
The current macroeconomic environment provides potential sellers an opportunity to maximize shareholder value through whole bank transactions.
There is widespread agreement on the need to align the interests of bank executives and shareholders. But how should boards make that happen?
A group of banking experts describes the top strategic challenges facing bank boards in 2013.
This article describes the limitations of relying too heavily on simple metrics, and it offers suggestions for how to perform more complete transaction analyses.
Michael Shumaker at Bryan Cave LLP writes about questions the board should ask when management wants to introduce a new product line.
Selling for a premium is not the only strategy, says ViewPoint Financial CEO Kevin Hanigan. Here’s why.
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