Not many bank CEOs can say their first bank job was . . . being CEO. For those who can, they say it brings a unique perspective on leadership to the industry.
Experiences like Northwest Bank’s are not unprecedented—and sudden death is not the only incident that can rock an organization’s world and trigger the succession plan.
Advancing women’s leadership in financial services is not just a job for women. It’s a job for all of us, including male CEOs like Zions’ Scott Anderson.
For nearly 200 years, Millbury National Bank has stayed independent as a commercially focused community bank in Massachusetts. Part of that independent tradition owes to the bank’s history of multigenerational stewardship.
In remarks during the American Bankers Association’s Emerging Leaders Forum today, Rep. Lou Correa (D-Calif.) urged attendees to be involved in their community and build relationships with lawmakers.
On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, Ohio bank CEO Mike Vynalek discusses his own journey in community bank advocacy and how he’s getting emerging leaders at his bank involved in advocacy.
BAFT, the American Bankers Association’s global transaction banking subsidiary, today announced the 2022 class of its Future Leaders Program, which recognizes up-and-coming leaders in the transaction banking industry.
How military veterans are helping bank boards think strategically, react nimbly and work as a team.
By Scott Anderson ABA Viewpoint For the past year and a half, the conversation about…