Contributor : Naomi Snyder
Capital levels are high and investors are asking banks: What have you done for me lately?
Bank M&A pricing peaked 22 years ago at 2.6 times tangible book value. We’re not anywhere close to that.
Banks that did deals during a pandemic were forced to adapt rapidly to essential skills, such as remote consolidation and online negotiation.
In the world of credit unions, fast growth can lead to high earnings.
Terry Strange, audit and compliance committee chair at BBVA Compass Bancshares, speaks on how bank board members can assess the culture of their organization.
An interagency proposal addresses banks’ complaints that too many commercial real estate loans were considered high risk, and raises limits on mortgage servicing and deferred tax assets that can be counted toward capital.
Steven Deaton of State Bank Financial Corp. describes how his bank handles M&A and risk management, and why it has a corporate psychologist.
Some of the best banking technology is coming from outside banking.
Who are the entrepreneurs shaking up traditional boundaries to help us all think about banking a little differently?
Greg Carmichael and other speakers at Bank Director conference sound a note of caution in the face of rapid change.