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Five Ways Banks Can Lead in Financing Higher Education

By Michael VanErdewyk

There’s a high-profile lender that’s struggling to turn its ship around. Some 42 million borrowers owe this lender $1.3 trillion and its debt load continues to rise.


New Study Highlights Likely Disruption in Retail Banking

Retail banking has long been a tech-intensive industry. However, a new study from the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation, in collaboration with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), examines the competitive impact of recent digitized banking products and services, and how fintech providers – which have few similarities to traditional banks – are attacking virtually every product category in banking.


U.S. Business Executives Temper Strong Optimism on Economy

June 1 — Business executives are taking a more conservative view of what had been bullish optimism about both the U.S. economy and prospects for their own companies earlier this year, according to the second-quarter AICPA Economic Outlook Survey, which polls chief executive officers, chief financial officers, controllers and other certified public accountants in U.S. companies who hold executive and senior management accounting roles.


A Circuitous Route to a Banking Career

Jessica Green worked as an elementary schoolteacher before joining her family’s bank in Hamilton, Mo., where she now works as executive vice president.

By Kristin Rulon

One person may be determined to make banking a career and earn the appropriate college degree(s); another person may  serendipitously fall into a banking career. Then there is the person who has deep roots in banking and knows what the future ultimately entails, such as Jessica Green, executive vice president of operations at The Hamilton Bank in Missouri. For Green, a fourth-generation banker, growing up in the banking world made the transition from elementary education teacher to banker fairly smooth. (more…)

FDIC Publishes Guide to Products and Programs Offered by Federal Home Loan Banks

April 6 – The FDIC has published a new guide to help community bankers learn more about the programs and products offered by the Federal Home Loan Banks  to facilitate mortgage lending.


U.S. Investor Optimism Rises to Highest Level in 16 Years

March 24 – The Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index is at a 16-year high following a 30-point increase from fourth-quarter 2016 to +126 in the first quarter. Investors are now the most optimistic they have been about the U.S. investment climate since the dot-com boom in November 2000, when the index was +130.


Reinventing Farm Loan Policy

How to draft a useful document for a tough farm economy.

By John M. Blanchfield   You lead a team at the bank that has been assigned the job of revising the bank’s agricultural lending policy. This is a real opportunity to demonstrate to management that you and your team know how to manage agricultural credits. But how do you go about crafting a farm loan policy that is current, flexible and valuable to your bank during a tough farm economy? (more…)

ComplianceOnline Announces Banking Summit 2017

February 24 – ComplianceOnline, a governance, risk and compliance advisory network with more than 1,500 experts in various regulatory subjects, has announced its Banking Summit 2017 venue and speaker lineup. The Summit will take place on April 27 and 28, 2017 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City.


More Than 1,500 Financial Institutions Utilizing Verafin’s FRAMLx Solution

February 23 – Verafin, a cross-institutional BSA/AML and fraud detection solution provider, continues to shape and enhance the future of the fight against financial crime.


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