Committees

Article | June 17th, 2022

Crafting and Implementing an Effective Loan Review Function

An effective loan review program protects the bank’s safety and soundness, its customers and shareholders — as well as the board.

By: Peter Cherpack
Video | June 10th, 2022

4 Key Risks Facing Banks

Moss Adams Partner Craig Sanders shares the top risks facing banks today, based on Bank Director’s 2022 Risk Survey.

By: Craig Sanders
Article | June 8th, 2022

3 Reasons to Add SBA Lending

Financing the nation’s newest businesses is a potentially huge opportunity for community banks.

By: Jim Eider
BD Article
Article | May 30th, 2022

Building a Better Nominating/Governance Committee

Nominating and governance committees could be overlooking some useful best practices.

By: Laura Alix, director of research at Bank Director
Article | May 27th, 2022

How to Capitalize on Sustainability Growth

Sustainability will be the growth story of the 21st century; banks can be the fuel that powers that growth.

By: Peter Grant
Bank Services
Article | May 19th, 2022

The Promise and the Peril of Director Term Limits

While one large bank has found success with director term limits, they may not be the corporate governance fix for all banks.

By: Kiah Lau Haslett, managing editor for Bank Director
Research | May 16th, 2022

2022 Governance Best Practices Survey: Culture & Composition

The annual survey explores the attributes of a strong board.

By: Laura Alix, director of research at Bank Director
FinXTech
Article | May 10th, 2022

3 Ways to Drive Radical Efficiency in Business Lending

Community banks should focus on SBA lending, small credits and self-service lending for their greatest return on investment.

By: Dan O'Malley
FinXTech
Article | April 15th, 2022

The Next Step in FICO Credit Modeling

Traditional credit scoring can be improved, but creating a new model on how to calculate and predict high-performing loans is no small feat.

By: Meghan Crawford
Article | April 1st, 2022

Improving Bank Culture By Being an Ally

The right policies alone cannot shift a bank’s culture; it’s critical that employees become part of the cause.

By: Jennifer Ortale