Contributor : Rob Azarow
The FDIC and other bank regulators are moving to ensure that the practices of third parties do not threaten the banking industry or its customers.
Banks should consider how a potential mandate of environmental, social and governance disclosures would affect other aspects of their overall corporate governance.
A December 2018 Delaware Supreme Court ruling about a “material adverse effect” could change how some banks approach their next deal.
Here are the questions your bank should be answering with a new regulatory framework in place.
Boards should examine executive compensation plans in light of the new tax law.
A consent order levied against the director of a small Wisconsin bank reminds committee members to thoroughly execute their duties.
A review of the latest bank mergers and acquisitions reveals a Federal Reserve focus on fair lending compliance.
Banks typically analyze financial issues when valuing a bank before a possible sale or acquisition. But should they be adding legal due diligence to the valuation analysis?
Arnold & Porter attorneys write about how to make sure your M&A deal is regulator-proof.