Thu, May 14, 2015
As financial institutions continue to face increased competition – along with regulatory and economic challenges – it is imperative that the board of directors is providing effective support and guidance on matters involving governance, policy and strategic direction. However, if board members aren’t actively engaged and participatory – or don’t possess the knowledge necessary to contribute to the discussion – their presence can have a negative impact on the institution. Implementing a peer-to-peer review process can promote effective board involvement and support on-going growth opportunities for individual board members. To read the full article CLICK HERE.