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Should small banks be “permitted” to survive?
Failure to see their importance means you don’t know America
How do we make tomorrow better, this time around?
Take a cold hard look at today’s credit policies and practices
Where will the next generation of smart lenders come from?
How close are your credit stars to retirement? Who steps in?
If your glass is only half full—or half empty—pour more water
4 points to get your head moving again
Reputation risk in the loan department
Paying attention to policy, details, and decisions safeguards local lenders
Risks over the horizon, and how to prepare
How common sense questions helped a banker anticipate
Fighting the dysfunctional office
Cooperation should be a given
Doing well by doing good
Community service is part of the banker’s job
Gaping economic holes, the sudden credit problem
Credit concentrations can be unavoidable, but sometimes you can prepare for them
Bank size, credit limits, and investors’ exit options
And why credit staff must worry about all three
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