Tag: CSuite

Activity, Corporate Banking

7 ways “conduct risk” can be handled by bank boards

January 12, 2018

Via: Banking Exchange

Serving on a bank board in the U.S. has never been a low-risk proposition. But now, after Wells Fargo’s sales practices consent orders, enforcement actions, civil money penalties, and subsequent investigations, the responsibilities of a bank board member have come […]

Activity, Trading

Who gets market’s lift most

March 13, 2017

Via: Banking Exchange

Banking industry stock valuations have continued to increase in 2017. As of Feb. 28, the median price-to-tangible book value ratio for major exchange-traded U.S. banks and thrifts was 184.6%, up 18.8 percentage points from SNL’s last quarterly analysis on Nov. […]

Retail Banking

Has your bank been in a selfie?

June 2, 2016

Via: Banking Exchange

George Blankenship’s resume is impressive. He’s worked with business legends Steve Jobs and Elon Musk—on top of 20 years at clothing retailer GAP Inc. Blankenship, whose current job is “director of smiles for the Blankenship family”—his third attempt at retirement—is […]

Capital and Risk, Liquidity

Timing’s great for fintech partnership

May 9, 2016

Via: Banking Exchange

The largest banks have approached the fintech arena equipped with venture operations armed with millions to invest in startups. Regional and community banks have generally been more hesitant to engage with fintech companies, as they can’t afford to throw around […]