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An effective audit committee is a critical component of a financial institution’s corporate governance and combines four key components: people, resources, support and approach.
Data security is an ongoing issue for every business, yet financial institutions may not be doing all they can to keep their systems secure.
In the wake of the implementation of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act stress test (DFAST) regulations, the term “stress test” has become a familiar part of the banking lexicon.
Before sharing directors with another bank, think about the potential liability, says Jonathan Hightower of Bryan Cave LLP.
Many banks have a plan in place to implement the Current Expected Credit Loss standard, but others are way behind.
West Monroe Partners’ John Stockamp writes about strategies to employ before an acquisition.
Wolters Kluwer’s Christina Speh discusses the change in regulatory focus on the consumer, and what that means for your bank.
Cybersecurity risk is among the most serious and growing concerns for banks and other financial services organizations.
Whether your bank uses an in–house, an outsourced or co-sourced internal audit function, the internal audit program must be independent.
Wolters Kluwer's Amy Fields applies lessons from the Cheesecake Factory to the enterprise risk management process.
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