Contributor : Jack Milligan
Used effectively, evaluations can improve the performance of individual directors as well as the entire board.
Seven months into the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s still too soon to make an accurate assessment of the banking industry’s loan quality.
Bank Director’s Jack Milligan explains what boards and management teams should consider as they manage the bank’s balance sheet during this extraordinary time.
Is a recession that’s even worse than the Great Recession called a depression?
Recessions often stimulate an M&A market where the fates of winners and losers are intertwined.
Banks trying to get a sense of the potential impact from the Covid-19 pandemic through stress testing are challenged by a lack of relevant historical data.
Avoid the “who do we know” scramble when filling your board’s next vacancy.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is trying to assess rising credit risk at banks as it adjusts to a socially distant and slowly reopening economy.
It is the greatest human resources challenge of the modern corporate era.
Can banks bring their employees back to the workplace and keep them safe from the coronavirus — and are they ready to come back?