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Attorneys at Graves Bartle Marcus & Garrett reveal five critical steps to protect your bank, your customers and your bottom line.
In an age when directors are getting sued for serving on the loan committee, we asked bank attorneys whether directors should be involved in loan approvals, and if so, how.
Dennis Gustafson of AHT Insurance answers the three most commonly asked questions he gets about cyber policies.
While the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. lawsuits paint a picture of inattentive, runaway directors and officers, a number of the practices that the FDIC found objectionable could be found at many healthy institutions.
Cornerstone Research finds the pace of FDIC lawsuits increases to at least 32 so far this year. At this rate, 2013 will have more than double the number of lawsuits filed as last year.
Weighing benefits versus security concerns, should your bank take advantage of the cloud computing trend?
Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code has been utilized for decades to sell assets of distressed companies. Yet, only recently has Section 363 been used in the banking industry to sell bank subsidiaries out from under distressed holding companies.
Bank directors should be wary of discussing M&A deals with potential partners without the knowledge of the full board. Bryan Cave's Jonathan Hightower explains why.
Looking at the latest trends, Alston & Bird’s Cliff Stanford and Mark Kanaly write about what bank boards should pay attention to now.
Cornerstone Research staff discusses 2012 trends in FDIC lawsuits against officers and directors of financial institutions.
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