Committees : Governance
Three Secrets to Running a High Performance Bank
Bank Director Editor Jack Milligan writes about common traits for high performing banks, based on the history of the Bank Performance Scorecard.
Is Your Board Suitably Engaged?
A highly functioning board of directors exhibits four common qualities.
Asking the Right Questions: How a Board Should Approach Credible Challenge
Lynn McKenzie of KPMG LLP lays out the importance of the credible challenge to management and how to best approach the process in the boardroom.
What Makes a Great Bank CEO
Looking forward to the next 10 years, Bank Director Editor Jack Milligan writes about the qualities future bank CEOs will need.
The Link Between Board Diversity and Smart Business
Bryan Cave LLP attorneys Jim McAlpin and Michael Shumaker explain why board diversity helps corporate performance.
What New Directors Are You Adding to Your Board?
Bank Director poses the question to our membership group, and finds a similar theme throughout.
What Makes Great Boards Great?
Alan Kaplan describes five qualities of a great board of directors.
Ownership Succession for Family-Owned Banks: Building the Right Estate Plan
This article describes what to do to protect the bank, your family and your investment.
Assessing Your Board’s Strengths and Weaknesses
Is your board strong enough? Or could it use a refresh?
Do You Trust Your CEO, and Do They Trust You?
Editor Jack Milligan writes about the board and CEO relationship.