Committees

article | February 11th, 2019

The Secret To Mortgage Lending To First-Time Buyers

With interest rates rising and the gig economy in full swing, banks can adapt traditional models to compete and capitalize.

By: Kathleen Ayer, David Shoemaker
article | January 23rd, 2019

Why Directors Should Not Fear Board Evaluations

The most successful boards conduct regular evaluations that improve governance—and the bank.

By: Alan J. Kaplan
FinXTech
video | January 10th, 2019

The Modern Roadmap To Gold

Credit analysis is shifting so lenders can make better decisions. Here’s what banks should know.

By: Bill Phelan
article | January 8th, 2019

Enticing Compensation Strategies In An Active M&A Market

Talent issues can be a big benefit or a big risk in your next deal.

By: Kathy Smith, Kelly Earls, Steve Marlow
article | November 29th, 2018

What Your Bank Can Learn From McDonald’s

One significant growth opportunity is in digital lending automation.

By: Steve Swanston
article | November 13th, 2018

Six Things To Know About CECL Right Now

Even ahead of full implementation, several lessons have been learned about the new credit loss standards.

By: John Lankenau
BD Article
article | November 6th, 2018

Solving the Puzzle of Compensation Plans and Diversity

If you want to compete for talent today, it’s not just how much you pay that matters. There’s more.

By: John J. Maxfield, editor-in-chief for Bank Director magazine
article | October 31st, 2018

Talent and Customer Experience Can Be Evaluated Three Different Ways

Your competitive advantage could lie in making the two blend the right way for your bank.

By: Kelly Malafis, Shaun Bisman
article | October 30th, 2018

Compensation Plans Should Be As Strategic As They Are Attractive

A surprisingly low number of banks have a formal compensation philosophy.

By: Michael Blanchard
viewpoint | October 17th, 2018

Simple Tips to Help Evaluate Your Board

Board members have long embraced the responsibility to evaluate the performance of senior executives, but the tables are beginning to turn.

By: Richard Malone