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While most of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act will not affect banks for a year or more, the limits on how you compensate your lenders should be on banks radar now. Amy Avitable, director of Compliance Services, at Sheshunoff Consulting + Solutions describes how the final rule will change the way creditors compensate mortgage bankers and employees.
Bank Director magazine Editor Jack Milligan writes that bank boards are embracing risk management, coming to terms with regulations and expanding their lending capabilities.
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP’s Joel Rappoport discusses the options for bank and thrift holding companies that are facing potential default on debt.
In an interconnected world, are Europe’s problems our own? We asked legal experts their take.
One bank in California taps into a little used source of capital—private, nonprofit foundations.
The third quarter saw smaller banks growing loans faster than big banks.
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.
Bank attorneys by and large think Basel III will hurt lending.
Alliance Partners Senior Advisor Floyd E. Stoner explains how his company’s commercial and industrial (C&I) loan network for community banks can help member banks find good commercial loans outside their markets without taking on excessive credit risk.
Five steps to diversifying your loan portfolio.
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