You Are Here: Home > > The Community Bank Board Guide to Crossing $10 Billion
The Community Bank Board Guide to Crossing $10 Billion
Kiah Lau Haslett, managing editor for Bank Director
Community banks that have weathered the economic extremes of the coronavirus pandemic and a rapidly changing interest rate environment may find themselves with another important looming deadline: the $10 billion asset threshold. In 2010, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (often called Dodd-Frank) created a regulatory demarcation for banks above and below $10 billion in assets. In 2018, regulatory reform lessened one of the more-stringent expectations for $10 billion banks, but failed to eliminate many of the other regulatory burdens. Experts that have worked with banks to cross the divide since the law went into effect recommend...
Please enter your username and password below. If you have not established a password please click “forgot password”.
You have accessed a resource that is only available to our Bank Services members.
From how-to articles, director training videos, key interviews with industry leaders and more, Bank Services provides bank executives and directors with the tools to help grow their financial institutions.
Kiah Lau Haslett is the Managing Editor of Bank Director. Kiah is responsible for editing web content and works with other members of the editorial team to produce articles featured online and published in the magazine. Her areas of focus include bank accounting policy, operations, strategy, and trends in mergers and acquisitions.