Committees

article | June 18th, 2012

Coming To Grips With Risk And Regulation

A recap of the Bank Audit Committee Conference in Chicago this month.

By: Naomi Snyder, Editor at Bank Director
article | June 5th, 2012

Pay at the Biggest Financial Companies: Trends, Practices and Outlook

Consultants from Compensation Advisory Partners identify key themes among the largest financial institution's compensation programs.

By: Compensation Advisory Partners
article | May 23rd, 2012

Focusing on What’s Important to the Audit Committee: Three Things That Should Be on Everyone’s Mind

With all the responsibilities placed on the audit committee, it can be easy to lose focus. Here is a way to focus on what matters most.

By: Dawnella Johnson
article | May 18th, 2012

What Bank Audit Committee Members Should Focus on Now

Increasing demands for capital and the trickle down impact of the Dodd-Frank Act are topics for the upcoming Bank Audit Committee Conference in June.

By: Rob Fleetwood
article | May 2nd, 2012

Foreclosed Properties: What is a Board to Do?

If your bank decides to hold onto some properties, there are ways to mitigate risk.

By: Jonathan Hightower
interview | May 1st, 2012

Pooling Resources to Buy Middle Market C&I Loans

Bank Director magazine talked to John Delaney and Lee Sachs about the market for C&I loans and how their company works.

By: Lee Lee
article | April 20th, 2012

Will Citigroup Shareholders’ “No” Vote Change the Compensation Game?

Citigroup is the largest bank to fail say-on-pay. How will that impact the industry?

By: Naomi Snyder, Editor at Bank Director
article | April 11th, 2012

Experts: Risk will be key issue in 2012

Banking experts highlight the top issues facing audit committees in the coming year.

By: Bank Director Staff Writer
article | April 9th, 2012

A Butterfly Flaps Its Wings In Europe

The combination of the U.S. financial crisis and the fallout from the European debt crisis may be creating an opportunity for community and regional banks to retake market share lost over the past 20 years.

By: Lee Sachs
article | March 29th, 2012

Part 4: Best Practices for Bank Boards

Avoid burnout on the board, develop real leadership and schedule special meetings to look at the big picture, says Jim McAlpin of Bryan Cave LLP.

By: Jim McAlpin