Committees : Videos

video | Compensation August 8th, 2019

A Compensation To-Do List For Your Board

New rules around hedging practices are just one of the items your board should be discussing.

By: Gayle J. Appelbaum
video | Lending July 29th, 2019

What’s Changed In Business Lending

Small businesses are thriving. How can banks optimize the credit process to better serve this sector?

By: Bill Phelan
video | Lending March 28th, 2019

Managing Cost, Efficiency & Control in the Loan Portfolio

Buying and selling loans on the secondary market offers banks an opportunity to effectively diversify their portfolios.

By: Garrett Smith
FinXTech
video | Lending January 10th, 2019

The Modern Roadmap To Gold

Credit analysis is shifting so lenders can make better decisions. Here’s what banks should know.

By: Bill Phelan
FinXTech
video | Lending September 19th, 2018

Beyond Spreadsheets: Digitizing Construction Lending

Banks are the lifeblood of construction lending, but new technology is needed to better manage these loans.

By: Chase Gilbert
video | Compensation September 6th, 2018

Compensation Governance in Today’s Economy

Boards and compensation committees are still under pressure, despite a strong economy.

By: Gayle J. Appelbaum
video | Lending June 18th, 2018

Enhancing the Lending Process Through Data

Here's how banks can confront the challenges in using data to create a better lending experience.

By: Steve Brennan
video | Compensation April 26th, 2018

What To Know About BOLI Today

What should boards consider as they evaluate the bank’s BOLI program?

By: Steve Marlow, Kelly Earls
video | Governance October 27th, 2017

How Can the Board Assess Corporate Culture

Terry Strange, audit and compliance committee chair at BBVA Compass Bancshares, speaks on how bank board members can assess the culture of their organization.

By: Naomi Snyder
video | Compensation August 14th, 2017

Managing Today’s Compensation Risk

What questions should directors ask about incentive compensation plans?

By: Todd A. Leone, Gayle J. Appelbaum