WESTERN BANK SURVEY: BOARDS NEED RISK MANAGEMENT EXPERTISE

OCTOBER 2013

By: Emily McCormick, Bank Director
Bank Director’s phone survey of Western community bankers reveals their plans to grow, which risks concern them most, and what skills are desired when adding a new member to the board.

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WHY ORGANIZATIONS LOSE THEIR BEST TALENT

OCTOBER 2013

Why are so many executives leaving the boardrooms and hitting the bricks?  This white paper examines the strategies that  keeps executives thriving in an organization.

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SURFING THE SERPS

AUGUST 2013

As mergers and acquisitions become a big part of the banking landscape, C-suite executives are challenged to better understand the compensation plans of all parties involved. Flynt Gallagher, president of Meyer-Chatfield Compensation Advisors, provides insight into the trends impacting compensation.

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CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL BANKS

AUGUST 2013

In many parts of the country, regional and community banks are the dominant financial institutions actively serving their local areas. This paper details the challenges and opportunities for community and regional banks. 

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CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL BANKS

AUGUST 2013

In many parts of the country, regional and community banks are the dominant financial institutions actively serving their local areas. This paper details the challenges and opportunities for community and regional banks. 

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RETENTION

AUGUST 2013

In a recent Bank Director survey, 40% of bank boards identified retaining key employees as a significant challenge. In this article, Flynt Gallagher, president of Meyer-Chatfield Compensation Advisors discusses what banks can do to retain key employees.

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WHAT KEEPS BANKERS UP AT NIGHT?

AUGUST 2013

The pressures in banking have intensified over the past few years. This article explores the trends that are gnawing away at bankers as they relate to retaining employees and recruiting new executives.

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