The rise in the importance of the compensation committee is one of the most significant developments in bank governance since the financial crisis.
Outdated and cumbersome processes often prevent community banks from supporting the small businesses in their markets.
At a recent accounting conference, a trio of bankers expounded on some of the lessons they’ve learned from working with a vendor to calculate their allowances under the current expected credit loss model, or CECL.
Boards should let succession planning guide how they compensate the next generation of leaders.
There are four questions to ask about your bank’s ability to take advantage of the new digital landscape.
Joining a bank board doesn’t have to be a confusing experience for new members. Here are some practical takeaways for creating thoughtful, educational onboarding programs.
Banks should be aware of and prepare for LIBOR’s phase-out by revisiting the fallback language in syndicated loan credit agreements.
Often viewed as risky and dangerous, interest rate derivatives can be powerful tools for banks when they use these five safety tips.
Eight themes have emerged as more banks adjust how they use strategic business objectives to compensate bankers in the face of industry disruption.
Banks should consider joining the hundreds of mortgage lenders that have signed on to incorporating C-PACE financing in commercial real estate projects.