Contributor : Al Dominick
Bank Director's President, Al Dominick, looks at the impact on merger activity caused by recent stock market fluctuations.
Bank Director President Al Dominick writes about what a Republican victory might mean for the banking industry’s growth prospects.
Bank Director President Al Dominick looks at one of the biggest problems for banks: growth.
With nonbanks enjoying significant growth relative to community banks, and an influx of investor cash, it’s fair to ask whether it’s time to sell the bank.
There are many challenges that bank boards and executives must address.
Bank Director President Al Dominick discusses the minefields in M&A.
Global companies are announcing huge acquisitions. Where is the banking industry in all of this?
What if your bank were to undergo stress testing not because the government mandated it, but because you were looking for opportunity?
When was the last time you were advised NOT to sell your institution? Bank Director President Al Dominick considers the alternative argument.
Looking ahead to the annual Acquire or Be Acquired conference in Arizona, Bank Director’s President Al Dominick shares his thoughts on emerging issues in bank mergers and acquisitions.