Committees : Governance
Scott Petty of Chartwell Partners shares why it’s important to evaluate the board’s composition and outlines the assessment process in this Online Training Series video.
This exclusive analysis digs further into Bank Director’s recent RankingBanking study and Governance Best Practices Survey to explore four key areas that build an effective board.
James McAlpin Jr., a partner at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, shares recommended practices for bank boards, based on the 2020 Governance Best Practices Survey.
Banks can take five steps to make their D&O renewals smoother, given that the pandemic has reduced capacity, increased rates and caused underwriters to scrutinize all new and existing business.
Does splitting the chairman and CEO roles necessarily improve a bank’s financial performance?
Bank Director's Governance Survey focuses on five core components of strong boards.
Avoid the “who do we know” scramble when filling your board’s next vacancy.
Banks should prepare to address several emerging issues as they transition to the next stage of the pandemic reaction and fallout.
Boards should look closely at the details of their emergency succession plans, given the unpredictable and uncertain nature of the coronavirus crisis.
Executives know how to manage their bank’s balance sheet during a crisis; managing their employees through it is another matter entirely.