Contributor : Jack Milligan
On the eve of Bank Director’s Bank Executive and Board Compensation Conference in Chicago, Editor Jack Milligan writes about what has changed in bank compensation in a decade.
Bank Director Editor-in-Chief Jack Milligan describes the potential implications of combining or splitting the roles of chairman and CEO.
Bank Director Editor Jack Milligan writes about common traits for high performing banks, based on the history of the Bank Performance Scorecard.
Editor Jack Milligan writes about two trends that matter for community banks.
Is Kabbage a competitor, or a potential collaborator that could help banks increase their consumer and small business lending?
If traditional banks can’t beat them, then perhaps they should join them.
Looking forward to the next 10 years, Bank Director Editor Jack Milligan writes about the qualities future bank CEOs will need.
Bank Director Editor Jack Milligan takes a look at the impact of growth, size, profitability and efficiency on bank stock values.
One of the most controversial topics we’ve ever addressed at a Bank Director conference is whether directors should be approving loans.
The focus of bank boards has changed since Bank Director's first audit conference nine years ago.