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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.
The results of the 2013 Bank Board & Executive Survey reveal bank leaders’ plans to grow, what worries them most and thoughts on the regulatory and economic climate.
A panel of attorneys debates what aspect of the Dodd-Frank Act should be changed.
The CFPB has transformed federal banking regulation and put a huge emphasis on consumers. Here is what you need to know about the agency as a member of a bank’s board.
Bank Director magazine Editor Jack Milligan writes that bank boards are embracing risk management, coming to terms with regulations and expanding their lending capabilities.
Trepp’s Matt Anderson writes about factors to consider when deciding to build out or buy a stress testing model.
Regulators are increasingly scrutinizing banks to assess the quality of their culture.
When it comes to the regulatory flu, bank directors need some medicine, fast.
This article describes the types of capital available to banks and the benefits and drawbacks of the various options.
KBW analyst Brian Gardner gives his views on the chances that legislation will pass to break up the big banks, and when to expect the finalization of the Dodd-Frank Act.
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