Contributor : Jack Milligan
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.
The recent behavior of two key financial metrics suggests that a recession may be on the way.
The most efficient banks in the industry tend to look at the efficiency ratio in a unique way.
In this Online Training Series video, Bank Director’s Jack Milligan outlines the elements of a sound and effective fair lending compliance program.
The Bank Board Training Forum focuses on governance, diversity against the backdrop of industry profitability.
Academic research shows that diverse groups make better decisions than those made up of people with similar demographic backgrounds.
Higher capital and liquidity standards may help to avert a credit-induced crisis, but they do little to protect against the biggest risk faced by banks today.
Acquire or Be Acquired Conference, in its 25th year, opens with a different picture and outlook of the industry’s biggest institutions and their history of profitability.