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Some banks have gone to great lengths to prepare for the future. Others haven’t begun to think about it. Here are key questions to ask your management team about your strategic plan.
Nichole Jordan, Grant Thornton’s national banking and securities industry leader, offers some insights on the new compliance burden.
Fred Cannon and Melissa Roberts of Keefe, Bruyette and Woods spend a lot of time dissecting the markets to understand financial stocks. Here, they give their views on how capital raises have affected the long-term performance of bank stocks, and which banks will do best when interest rates rise.
Bank attorneys by and large think Basel III will hurt lending.
Bank Director magazine talks to Bruce Bennett, co-head of Covington & Burling LLP’s securities practice, about the impact of the JOBS Act on banks and thrifts.
Many more banks and thrifts are finding themselves subject to new compensation restrictions when they fall into the “troubled” category.
John Duffy, CEO of Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Inc. shares his insights on why smaller institutions will continue to struggle with raising equity capital, and discusses the option of exchanging funds from TARP into the new small business lending program.
Are the regulators finally listening? Editor Jack Milligan talks about the significance of Basel III’s delay.
An overview of the benefits of employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs) and how they might help a bank raise capital.
Robert Fleetwood, a partner in Chicago-based law firm Barack Ferrazzano, discusses the increasing importance of audit committees understanding capital issues and the one thing all audit committee members should do.
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