Committees : Bank Services
Naomi Snyder of Bank Director describes the various trends and regulations and explains the difference between what is mandated and what is recommended.
Bank audit committees are highly regulated. They have rules and responsibilities designated by FDIC regulations, by the Securities and Exchange Commission if they are publicly
Today, the bank’s audit committee remains arguably the most important committee for any depository institution. The audit committee selects and oversees the external auditor; supervises
The day when the board’s focus was limited to approving loans and marketing the bank in the community is long past. Today’s boards face a
Executive Summary Gathering information each year to refresh our tutorial for Bank Director’s annual Bank Audit Committee Conference, certain high-performing characteristics always seem to work
Boards of banks should reexamine best practices for minutes, which serve as the official record of board activity, in light of the current economic and regulatory environment.
A video overview on what board members should consider when designing effective compensation plans.
Pearl Meyer & Partners explore the increased fiduciary duty to assess and manage the relationship between risk and compensation programs.
Executive Summary Managing internal audit is one of the most critical functions of the audit committee. The audit committee not only oversees the internal audit
Jack Milligan of Bank Director lays out the roles and responsibilities for board members in today's environment.