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  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: December 21st, 2015

A New Delaware M&A Case Is a Warning to Investment Bankers: Take Care That You Don’t Mislead the Board

John J. Gorman of the law firm Luse Gorman writes about a new court case that impacts liability in M&A cases.

  • Committees | Compensation
  • Published: October 27th, 2014

Say-On-Pay Trends at Banks: Proxy Firms Increase “No” Recommendations

Jim Bean at McLagan analyzes the latest trends in say-on-pay voting, providing a cautionary tale for banks that want a “yes” vote at their annual shareholder meetings.

  • Issues | Legal
  • Published: October 18th, 2016

Are Your Owners Violating the Change in Bank Control Act?

This law is probably one of the most unintentionally violated in all of banking.

  • Issues | Legal
  • Published: December 30th, 2015

Policing Your S Corporation Status: Six Simple Steps

The death or divorce of a shareholder in an S corporation can have major consequences for everybody else.

  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: November 14th, 2014

Why Book Value Isn't the Only Way to Measure a Bank

Bank Director President Al Dominick writes about why earnings are becoming more important than tangible book value.

  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: November 11th, 2016

Six Tips for Negotiating a Successful M&A Transaction

These tips for buyers and sellers can help your board and management team ensure they’re crafting the best deal.

  • Issues | Strategy
  • Published: January 13th, 2016

Five Key Steps to Integration Success

John Depman and Tim Phelps describe the five steps to bank acquisition success.

  • Committees | Compensation
  • Published: January 5th, 2015

Performance-Driven Retirement Plans: Are They Right for Your Bank?

Under this type of plan, if your bank’s shareholders do well, so do your executives.

  • Committees | Compensation
  • Published: April 20th, 2012

Will Citigroup Shareholders’ “No” Vote Change the Compensation Game?

Citigroup is the largest bank to fail say-on-pay. How will that impact the industry?

  • Committees | Governance
  • Published: November 14th, 2016

Good Corporate Governance Starts With the Articles and Bylaws

A financial institution’s governing documents should comply with current regulations and best practices. Here are four areas that boards should review.

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