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Hundreds of banks, most of them small, community organizations, likely will fail in the years to come but there's still the opportunity for bankers to buy troubled institutions and grow balance sheets during tough economic times.
People in the financial industry have been criticizing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Here’s why it’s not such a bad thing.
Two bankers share their experiences with FDIC-Assisted deals as a way to grow their financial institutions.
Bank Director Editor Jack Milligan writes about the challenges facing community banks.
Moderated by Todd Leone of Amalfi Consulting, the panel shares their insights on how to design compensation programs that deliver a competitive edge, while still rewarding the CEO and balancing the needs of the company and shareholders.
The Basel III final rules exempt community banks from many of the proposals most onerous to them. However, there is still much to digest.
A panel of regulators from our annual Bank Chairman/CEO Peer Exchange in Chicago provide useful tips for fostering effective relationships with the examiners.
FDIC’s Martin Gruenberg and OCC’s John Walsh address community bankers at ICBA convention.
Michael Sher, managing director of RSM McGladrey, discusses where FDIC-assisted deals go from here, and what mistakes bankers make when buying failed banks.
Now that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. forbids banks from offering directors and officers insurance coverage for regulatory fines, Dennis Gustafson looks at the options.
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