Contributor : Jack Milligan
Of all the crises that John Asbury, president and CEO at Atlantic Union Bankshares Corp. in Richmond, Virginia, responded to during the Covid-19 pandemic, the one that may have affected him most deeply had nothing to do with the pandemic.
It is now 15 days since the presidential election, and the official outcome is still in dispute. Biden vs. Trump has become the third rail of polite conversation, and I want to be careful here lest I get myself electrocuted.
The finding that struck me the most in Bank Director’s 2020 Governance Best Practices Survey was the answer to question 17.
Does splitting the chairman and CEO roles necessarily improve a bank’s financial performance?
Huntington Bankshares CEO Stephen Steinour talks about strategic planning when nothing is certain.
Bank Director's Governance Survey focuses on five core components of strong boards.
In late August, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell announced that the central bank expected to keep interest rates at or near zero for the foreseeable future.
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.