Banks that embrace remote work are evolving their management structures—and reaping the rewards.
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A recent survey of hybrid work policies in the U.S. and abroad found that banking was the most likely all of sectors studied to have a large number of employees in the office at any given time.
The FDIC is seeking feedback on its supervisory approach to examinations during the pandemic, including on-site and off-site activities, use of technology and communication methods, according to a request for information published in the Federal Register today.
On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, the head of commercial banking at regional bank Citizens discusses how the support provided to businesses combined with pent-up consumer demand has business poised to roar back.
Culture is important for every bank, but never more so than when employees are remote amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Pat Weigel discusses how Norway Savings Bank’s employees build its “high-achievement, high-support” culture.
The trials of the past year required herculean efforts on the part of bank employees to meet their clients’ needs, and they have taken a toll on many bankers. Jennifer Young discusses TD Bank’s “full well-being approach” to supporting employees.
On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, ABA Senior Counsel Shaun Kern discusses the OCC’s recent proposal to revise its rules on permissible bank premises for national banks and federal thrifts, as well as ABA’s call for the agency to withdraw the proposal.
Banking regulators have increasingly used offsite examinations procedures for certain types of monitoring and examination work. During the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly all supervisory events have become virtual. A few tips on how to enhance your bank’s virtual exam approach.
Business conditions were most often called the single biggest challenge facing community banks, according to an annual survey released yesterday by the Conference of State Bank Supervisors.
Commercial real estate has faced substantial headwinds from stay-at-home orders and changing consumer behavior, and in many cases CRE has not received the same level of support available to consumers and small businesses.