Contributor : Jack Milligan
The banks that could fare best in 2020 are ones with buffers against volatility, not the ones who ride it.
A board is essentially a social entity whose culture is a reflection of its purpose and composition.
Inflation is a foreign concept to most Americans today. They have Paul Volcker to thank for that.
Aspiring to increase diversity and actually achieving it are two different things.
Credit quality is still pristine, but some fear that nonbank lenders are taking too much risk.
Bankers can learn a lesson from Boeing’s recent decision to split the role of chairman and CEO.
The rise in the importance of the compensation committee is one of the most significant developments in bank governance since the financial crisis.
In this updated Online Training Series video, Bank Director’s Jack Milligan describes the duties and attributes of an effective board.
There were 11,971 U.S. banks and thrifts in 1995. Today there are 5,362. And the direction of one critical metric suggests that we may still have too many.
This bank’s evolution over the past few decades may have been unorthodox, but it was also brilliantly timed and executed.