- ERM, From Hole-Plugging to Holistic, Part III: How to Do ERM Right
- Let’s Make a Deal, Part I: Do Banks Compete on Price?
- ERM, From Hole-Plugging to Holistic, Part II: Playing â€śWhack-a-Moleâ€ť Is Getting Harder
- The Core Conversion Conundrum, Part III: The Value of Independence
- Staying One Step Ahead of the Sausage Makers, Part I
- Laqi Styling on Is the “E-Wallet” Finally Within Reach?
- In Susies Shoes on ERM, From Hole-Plugging to Holistic, Part II: Playing â€śWhack-a-Moleâ€ť Is Getting Harder
- Sera Maria Michael on Is the “E-Wallet” Finally Within Reach?
- ostritch feathers on The Cross Roads of Reform & Change
- Build Me Castles In Air on Let’s Make a Deal, Part I: Do Banks Compete on Price?
Monthly Archives: April 2010
I arrived at a new client site, a bank in the Midwest recently. I had been looking forward to this particular project for some time. Something that still excites me at work, even after 20 years in the banking industry, … Continue reading
I rarely give book reviews, because my attention span is better suited for a blog than War and Peace!Â However, I was passed a copy of Insidious, published by Memento.Â Â It was a great read on the topic of bank … Continue reading
When greeted with â€ś How are you? What have you been up to?â€ť An industry respected colleagueÂ who makes his way from Bergen County, New Jersey into Manhattan each day to warm his seat in the hallowed halls of banking; … Continue reading
I was listening to a group of community bankers lament about the shortage of new customers, and more significantly not reaching their growth goals.Â Since we were all in a hotel lobby lounge, I joined the conversation (2 Sam Aâ€™s … Continue reading
I was speaking to Mel Feeney, Senior VP of Enterprise Risk Management and Peter Cahill, VP of OPI and M&A, regarding the buzz around lost NSF revenue. I was surprised given all the noise around this topic, that both of … Continue reading