Contributor : Jack Milligan
Diversification and differentiation might seem like different things, but they work well together to help drive profitability.
Environmental, social and governance programs are an opportunity for banks to communicate their corporate values to a broad stakeholder constituency.
Banks did themselves proud during the Covid-19 pandemic, and their profitability looks to improve this year and next.
Reading through a voluminous board packet can seem like cramming for a major exam, but experienced directors learn what shortcuts they can safely take.
Customer focus, scale and talent are the keys to success, according to private equity and former banker John Eggemeyer.
Tom Brown, managing partner of Second Curve Capital — a hedge fund that Brown started 21 years ago to invest in undervalued banks — talks about his management-centric approach to research, the challenges of being a value investor and some of the best (and worst) bank CEOs he's known over the years.
Digital transformation won’t succeed unless there’s total commitment from the board of directors down to the project level.
Ebony Thomas, who oversees Bank of America Corp.'s $1.25 billion, five-year program to drive racial equality and economic opportunity for people and communities of color, talks about the work she does, and also the importance of diverse role models in today's workplace.
Federal regulations require that banks form a risk committee when they reach $50 billion in assets, but many banks do so well before then.
John Asbury, president and CEO of Atlantic Union Bankshares, talks about his board's approach to strategic planning, the rise of inflation and whether the industry's consolidation is close to reaching an endgame.