Contributor : John Maxfield
There are two overarching questions that bankers are grappling with when it comes to whether or not to establish a risk committee.
In the final installment of our five-part series, Sally Steele from Community Bank System talks about the social aspects of M&A.
In part four of our five-part series, Gary Bronstein from Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton offers his observations on the tepid M&A market and the collision of technology and deposit trends.
In part three of our five-part series, Eugene Ludwig from Promontory Financial Group shares his views on technology, cycles, and M&A.
In part two of our five-part series, Kirk Wycoff from Patriot Financial Partners shares his contrarian take on M&A in the bank industry.
In part one of our five-part perspectives series, Union Bankshares CEO John Asbury expects to see continued consolidation among small and midsized banks.
Acquire or Be Acquired 2018 offered a promising near-term outlook for the banking industry thanks to a historic tax cut, but bankers should use their windfall to invest in the future.
Economies of scale, culture and an emphasis on having the most talent are among the factors that allow some banks to outperform the industry.
Attendees at Bank Director’s 2018 Acquire or Be Acquired conference are upbeat about the current state of the industry.
Increasingly, bank customers want help managing finances—and they want that help delivered digitally.