Complaint handling is a reputation risk
FDIC officials tackle bank concerns
“I left my cash in San Francisco”
FIRREA misuse can imperil confidence in …
Let’s keep ROE in perspective
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Rethinking compliance compensation
The internet of things and banks
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What's a 100-year-old bank worth today?
Warm fuzzies and local loyalty don't amount to much anymore
Let's take CAMELS out for a test drive
What can you expect from this beast today?
No good deed goes unpunished
A little story about bank that sincerely got into fair-lending trouble
When and how do you show directors the door when age isn't the issue?
Several critical tools make this ticklish task easier
Micromanagement isn't that hard to figure out
Think about it. Would you have a banker do your job?
The Synovus Settlement: a corporate governance view
The case isn't quite as it's been reported, but there are good reminders here
Due diligence: last stop before the merger commences or dies
Part 6, concluding Jeff's mergers and acquisitions series: Handling due diligence--and who it protects
Tick,tick,tick...ka-ching!! Unsolicited offers and bettering the deal
Fifth in a series: Maximizing shareholder return once clock starts
Unsolicited Offers: The rules,real life,and real life under the rules
Fourth in a series: How far can "no" go if money says "yes"?
When they show the color of their money
Third in a series: What the Board must do when unasked-for offer gets concrete
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