2016 Bank M&A Survey: The Rising Importance of Scale
Many of the nation’s banks feel the need to grow significantly, but credit quality concerns could impact the level of consolidation within the industry.
Frank Mayer III of Dinsmore & Shohl describes what a board should do if it receives an unsolicited offer.
A recent Securities and Exchange Commission amendment to Regulation A allows small private companies and non-reporting public companies to raise up to $50 million in capital from regular investors without registering with the SEC.
Bank Director asks: What’s the No. 1 thing banks should do to improve the profitability of their branches?
This article describes current issues that you will face as a member of a bank's compensation committee.
An effective audit committee is a critical component of a financial institution’s corporate governance and combines four key components: people, resources, support and approach.
U.S. Bank and Univest Corp. of Pennsylvania focus on promoting from within.
Kristine Oliver of Pearl Meyer explains why it’s never too early for the board to begin focusing on executive compensation disclosures.
The prospects for small banks look tough, as one speaker notes at Bank Director’s Bank Executive and Board Compensation Conference in Chicago.
Staying abreast of the compensation committee’s sizeable tasks means keeping to a schedule. What do banks typically do?
This article describes certain benefit plan designs attractive to privately owned banks.
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