Issues : Regulation
Weak Consumer Exams Are Holding Up M&A Deals
Margaret Tahyar, who has advised multiple banks on acquisitions or sales, writes about the current trend where consumer compliance issues are delaying deals.
Assess, Don’t Assume: The Board’s Role in Basel III
Orlando Hanselman of Fiserv shares his thoughts on why the majority of community banks are not ready for the new Basel III standards.
Emerging Regulatory Risks & How to Prepare for Them
Lynn McKenzie of KPMG reviews the latest regulatory trends and how boards can effectively manage these emerging risks.
Six Tips to Safely Sell Add-On Products
Banks and other financial institutions have gotten into trouble for the marketing practices of third-party vendors selling add-on products. Learn how you can help protect your bank.
Risks Surrounding New Products and Services and Third-Party Vendors
This article describes regulatory guidance on managing the risks of third-party vendors and launching new products.
When The CFPB Is After You: How to Respond to Threatened Enforcement Actions
Covington & Burling LLP attorneys D. Jean Veta, Michael Nonaka and Nikhil Gore offer a roadmap for directors in dealing with CFPB enforcement actions.
Silver Lining for Community Banks: Using New Regulations to Your Advantage
Crowe Horwath LLP’s Mike Percy describes the ways banks can use new regulations for strategic advantage.
Stress Testing: Should A Bank Build or Buy?
Trepp’s Matt Anderson writes about factors to consider when deciding to build out or buy a stress testing model.
Lacker vs. Bernanke: Too Big to Go Away
Bank Director Editor Jack Milligan writes about the behind-the-scene arguments that shaped our nation’s response to the 2008 financial crisis.
The Regulatory Agenda and the Board: Five Key Issues
This article gives some practical advice for boards looking to address recent regulatory guidance.