Committees : Governance
Community bank boards can address the all-important need to plan for the CEO’s successor with a few simple steps.
The Subchapter S election gives banks significant economic benefits, but that could be jeopardized in a sale by poor recordkeeping.
It goes without saying that bank executives and directors should strive to learn more about banking. But what should they read to do so?
Community bank directors don't have to approve loans. Yet, more than three-quarters of executives and directors say their board is involved in the process.
Boards should examine their committee structure for opportunities to enhance risk oversight. Find out more in this exclusive analysis from Bank Director’s 2019 Risk Survey.
They will help boards find balance between stakeholder interests and maintaining appropriate risk management.
Find out why Huntington Bancshares created a separate standing committee to address one of the industry’s biggest threats.
The most successful boards conduct regular evaluations that improve governance—and the bank.
Board members have long embraced the responsibility to evaluate the performance of senior executives, but the tables are beginning to turn.
Here’s what should be on your board’s agenda, along with tips to promote effective discussions.