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Seeing the Profit in Nonprofit Partners
Tuesday, July 07, 2009 (1110 reads)


These are stressful times -- and not just for the major banks that have been undergoing supervisory “stress tests.” Consumers, nonprofits, and, yes -- even us regulators –  are feeling the stress, too. In these tough times, partnerships between the public, private and nonprofit sector can simultaneously help consumers and stabilize the financial system.



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Sterling National Bank: Open for Business
Tuesday, July 07, 2009 (1819 reads)


When Sterling National Bank opened in New York City in 1929, the city had a robust garment trade. Dresses were made in New York, and Sterling Bank financed the manufacturers. Today, the city has a robust import trade. Dresses are made in China, Vietnam, Pakistan and India. And Sterling Bank finances the importers.



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Under Pressure to Move Money?
Tuesday, July 07, 2009 (1177 reads)


Why Banks Should Consider BOLI

We are all being encouraged to “move money.” The question is where?

 



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New York’s New POA Law
Tuesday, July 07, 2009 (2433 reads)


On September 1 revisions to New York State’s General Obligations Law, specifically to Chapter 644 governing the use of powers of attorney (POA), will go into effect. 



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You Get What You Pay For
Tuesday, July 07, 2009 (1098 reads)


A wholesale dismantling of widely-used reward tools is not the right approach in the new economy.



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Enterprise Risk Management – Its Time Has Come!
Tuesday, July 07, 2009 (8657 reads)


If you’re a bank officer or director, you are hearing or reading about ERM in innumerable disparate ways – and you are desperately attempting to understand ERM as a concept, best practice, strategy and compliance requirement.



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Director Assessment
Tuesday, July 07, 2009 (1034 reads)


In two cases, banks are required to perform director assessments. First, if your bank is listed as a New York Stock Exchange Company, and second, if the bank is operating under regulatory order. For the moment, let’s assume we are not a NYSE firm and we are not under a regulatory order. Should we evaluate the performance of the board?



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Bank Mergers & Acquisitions
Tuesday, July 07, 2009 (2562 reads)


The outlook for bank mergers & acquisitions has changed dramatically from the frenetic pace during the past decade.  Moreover, the future is difficult to predict due to conflicting economic, competitive and regulatory signals.



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ATM Skimming:
Tuesday, July 07, 2009 (2667 reads)


Last fall, a Staten Island firefighter noticed his bank account was about $1,600 lighter than he expected. He had not withdrawn the money, nor had his wife. When he checked with his local bank branch, he learned that he and more than 100 other bank customers had fallen victim to high-tech thieves that may have taken more than $100,000 over a single weekend from one automatic teller machine.



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Treat Information Like Cash
Tuesday, July 07, 2009 (1622 reads)


Computers offer myriad places to store data -- file servers, desktop PCs, or even a laptop that leaves the office on weekends or business trips. Imagine doing that with cash.



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