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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.
In 1990, there were 15,158 banks and thrifts in the United States. But by the end of last year, only 5,477 remained—a decline of 64 percent.
People have been saying for years that we will soon see a wave of new banks opening for business, after de novo bank formation came to a screeching halt in the wake of the financial crisis.
A lot has been written the past two years about deposit betas—a fancy term describing how deposit balances respond to changes in interest rates.
There’s a new chart in M&T Bank’s conference presentation slideshow that perfectly captures the dilemma facing bankers right now.
Public companies, including banks, face great pressure to place more diverse directors on their boards.
Bank Director’s new intensive research study of the banking industry’s top performers finds they have one thing in common: They think outside the box to meet their strategic goals.
Banks must adopt and respond to trends in technology, but they needn’t overreact to the disruptive currents unfolding around them.
A number of companies—not just banks—are challenged to attract talented young employees to their organizations.
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