Committees : Governance
For many bank boards, onboarding is something they do sporadically, and yet the orientation of a new director is too important to be handled casually.
Is your board performing to its full potential? This video explores four critical issues hindering boards’ ability to function successfully, based on Bank Director’s annual Governance Best Practices Survey: effective board oversight, board member performance, diversity and director independence.
The 2021 Governance Best Practices Survey is divided into five modules including the board/management relationship and the role of the independent director.
Now may be a good time to review the CEO evaluation process. Find out how boards are approaching this issue in this exclusive analysis based on Bank Director’s recent surveys.
Lessons from the coronavirus pandemic around credit quality, continuity planning and cybersecurity likely won’t conclude until next year.
Boards often struggle with underperforming directors. In this video, learn how to be an effective board member and how to handle members who aren’t engaged with this important work.
A look into the governance practices of highly diverse boards reveals an intentional focus on composition.
Find out how boards can better drive their bank’s strategy in this video with Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner Partner James McAlpin Jr.
Shifting sentiment now means that banks that lack diversity in their corporate leadership could be subjected to shareholder lawsuits, increased regulation, and directives by stakeholders.
A bank’s ability to manage its fraud risk depends on its ability to identify and quantify how its underlying corporate culture contributes to that risk.