This board takes a more active role in developing its company culture.
Two recent studies find that support for board diversity initiatives is declining — both inside the boardroom and among shareholders.
Strategically designed compensation programs can help banks avoid the lost revenue and increased expenses associated with losing and replacing key employees.
The composition, size and age should all be keen focuses of board governance.
Choosing the right compensation plan is an important step in attracting, retaining and rewarding rising leaders.
Bank boards need to understand a key step in the rollout and ongoing compliance for the new credit loss standard: model validation.
Community banks looking to enter the derivatives “waters” have three methods available to them.
A board is essentially a social entity whose culture is a reflection of its purpose and composition.
The requirement to create a “reasonable and supportable” future forecast has become another hurdle for community bankers as they implement CECL.
The accounting board has delayed major standards for small firms, but they will need to ensure their new effective dates.