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2/8/2011· Banking

Understanding the Problem Loan Process in Banking

By: Michael F. Richards

Successful discovery and depositions require an understanding of the problem loan process in banking.

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9/30/2008· Banking

What Banking Regulators Want: A Guide to Bracing For Your Next Examination

By: Catherine A. Ghiglieri

Bankers are hearing horror stories about examiners’ demands and are confused as to how to plan for their next examination. What should they focus on? And will those things be the wrong things when the examiners come into their bank

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10/15/2009· Banking

Corporate Governance: How to Act in a Post Bailout Era

By: Catherine A. Ghiglieri

Corporate governance refers to the manner in which a company is directed by its board of directors. With the collapse of such companies as Enron, WorldCom, and others, there has been greater scrutiny of corporate governance and the manner in which boards of directors make decisions affecting their companies.

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6/19/2009· Securities

Midnight Oil Burners

By: Robert Erwin Ross

I had a call last week on Friday, from the search firm, seeking to potentially fill a recent query for an Expert Witness. Reporting that I’m available for a phone interview was the next step. With that in mind, I could expect a call from a law firm partner, who would be asking

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4/21/2009· Banking

Banking Regulation: Now is Time to do Away with the Too Big To Fail Doctrine

By: Catherine A. Ghiglieri

For almost thirty years, bank regulators have operated under the Too Big To Fail (TBTF) Doctrine, whereby insolvent large banks are treated differently than insolvent community banks by keeping the large banks open and closing the community banks. Now is the time to do away with TBTF once and for all

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1/17/2011· Banking

Optimizing Your Use of Banking and Financial Institution Experts

By: Michael F. Richards

Selecting the appropriate expert is a very important issue and there have been many articles written about the subject.

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1/22/2011· Banking

The Tangled Web of Enforcement Actions

By: Catherine A. Ghiglieri

As more and more banks are being downgraded to a problem bank status in this difficult economic environment, they are facing the prospect of a regulatory enforcement action.

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4/19/2012· Banking

Protecting Yourself in Your Banking Relationship

By: Darryl Horowitt

Virtually everyone and every business has a relationship with a financial institution, whether it be a bank, savings bank, or credit union. When the account is opened, there is the hope that nothing will go wrong in the account and that your funds will be preserved.

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11/8/2013· Banking

Bank Directors: Walking a Fine Line between Customer Service & Corporate Governance

By: Catherine Ghiglieri

Directors in community banks are usually picked for two reasons: their expertise and their ability to bring business into the bank. Upon taking their places at the board tables, however, directors immediately learn that while bringing business into their bank is a laudable goal, they also have to ensure that their bank operates in a safe and sound manner. Directors, thus, walk a fine line between these two goals.

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12/4/2013· Banking

Mortgage Securitization and Foreclosures

By: Dr. Kenneth E. Lehrer

In and during the period 2000 through approximately mid 2008, for many of the nation's "subprime" households to receive loans and for many major financial institutions to loan out available funds at high rates, create "new" mortgage products, sell these newly created products downstream to investors (both institutional and individual investors) at a significant profit, investments banks and commercial banks created an unusual national scenario – subprime mortgages that were packaged and sold into mortgage backed securities

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