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Washington Federal and FirstBank Holding Co. are, in many respects, mirror images of each other.
I can think of eleven and a half billion reasons why JPMorgan Chase & Co. could end up winning the technology arms race between the four largest U.S. banks.
The biggest challenge facing regional and community banks today is not what most people think it is.
Appointing a subject-matter expert to the board can yield benefits, from educating the board to asking the right questions of management.
Phil Green quips that he’s a “recovering CPA,” having spent almost 20 years as a chief financial officer making a series of thoughtful, strategic business decisions at one of the biggest and oldest banks in Texas.
There’s an unstated rule in banking that a retiring CEO shouldn’t linger on the board of directors for long after they’ve moved out of the corner office.
Everyone is biased—no matter their gender, age, race, nationality or religion.
Bill Belichick was already considered by most sports experts to be the greatest professional football head coach of all time.
One commonality I’ve noticed among CEOs of top-performing banks is that many of them write informative and easy-to-read annual shareholder letters.
Anyone who’s attended a Bank Director conference knows Tom Brown, the former perennially top-ranked bank analyst and, later, the founder and CEO of Second Curve Capital, a hedge fund focused on financial services companies.
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