Committees : Governance
Find out what boards need to know about environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues.
Recent regulatory updates offer a viable alternative for smaller banks that want to provide liquidity to shareholders without the time and expense of an exchange listing.
Effective succession planning takes intentional focus from the board and CEO to ensure an effective outcome.
Environmental, social and governance programs are an opportunity for banks to communicate their corporate values to a broad stakeholder constituency.
Reading through a voluminous board packet can seem like cramming for a major exam, but experienced directors learn what shortcuts they can safely take.
Effective and productive lead directors share several key attributes that make them successful and productive leaders.
Banks can use a board assessment and alignment to create strategies that position them for growth and prepare them for unexpected changes in the industry.
It is increasingly important that bank directors are actively engaged in overseeing both compliance and security concerns.
Just 14% of boards talk about the risks and opportunities associated with climate change, despite increased interest from bank regulators.
Federal regulations require that banks form a risk committee when they reach $50 billion in assets, but many banks do so well before then.