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article | November 27th, 2020

A Guide to Getting CEO Transitions Right in 2020 and Beyond

Banks need to nail identifying a successor, crafting the compensation and retaining key executives when they transition leaders.

By: Shaun Bisman, Michael Bonner, Kelly Malafis
article | November 24th, 2020

5 Reasons to Shift the Appraisal Process to an AMC Model

Appraisal management companies can help lenders facing considerable challenges managing their in-house panels, especially amid record volume.

By: Matt Woodhouse
article | November 13th, 2020

Unlocking Meaningful Compensation to Keep Essential Talent

Supplemental executive retirement plans can be a powerful and flexible tool in the hands of visionary banks.

By: Brent Longnecker, Ken Derks
article | November 12th, 2020

A Banker’s Perspective on LIBOR Transition to SOFR

Incorporating SOFR as the new reference rate to replace LIBOR requires banks to address documentation, systems and analytics in the coming months.

By: Charles Rierson
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article | November 11th, 2020

Compensation, Talent Challenges Abound in Pandemic Environment

Day Three of Bank Director’s 2020 BankBEYOND experience explores how the coronavirus pandemic accelerated many of the toughest hiring and talent challenges that banks face, and what they should do in response.

By: Kiah Lau Haslett, managing editor for Bank Director
video | November 5th, 2020

Enhancing Risk & Compliance

Microsoft’s Sandeep Mangaraj offers his thoughts for banks seeking to meet their risk and compliance obligations efficiently and effectively.

By: Sandeep Mangaraj, Emily McCormick, vice president of research for Bank Director
article | November 3rd, 2020

How to Combat Bank D&O Headwinds

Banks can take five steps to make their D&O renewals smoother, given that the pandemic has reduced capacity, increased rates and caused underwriters to scrutinize all new and existing business.

By: Dennis Gustafson
article | November 2nd, 2020

Covid-19 Fraud: A Financial Pandemic

Banks must continue to employ a risk-based approach to combat financial crimes and should be vigilant of different types of fraud that may arise during times of economic crisis.

By: Radhika Dholakia-Lipton
article | October 30th, 2020

New Pandemic Safety and Soundness Standards for Banks

Regulators have issued guidance outlining their expectations for banks when it comes to credit quality, operations and working with borrowers.

By: Erica Crain, Susan Sabo
article | October 23rd, 2020

How Settlement Service Providers Help Banks with Surging Refinance Demand

Revisiting settlement service providers is low-hanging fruit for banks looking to immediately deduct days from closing timelines and improve the experience.

By: Susan Falsetti