Committees : Governance
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.
Every executive brings different strengths to the table, but there’s one commonality that top-performing bankers tend to share.
Bank examiners seem to be zeroing in on a few key areas as attention increases on governance practices and elsewhere.
Ahead of the annual Bank Board Training Forum, Bank Director's CEO, Al Dominick, explores five attributes boards at high-performing banks have in common.
Investors are pushing for more inclusive strategies to board makeup, roles.
Intelligence and experience are important, but they alone do not guarantee success.
Addressing incidents of harassment and inequality are critical, and must be done carefully.
The sales scandal at Wells Fargo & Co. shows why directors should monitor comments on job review websites.