In today’s dynamic, technology-centric marketplace, a community bank’s relationship with its core provider should be a strategic partnership that supports the bank’s long-term business objectives. Based on feedback from both banks and core providers, ICBA has created guidelines to help you make the most of your working relationships.
The Basel III simplification plan, which includes standards for mortgage-servicing rights, is so far a missed opportunity for community banks.
It has been a busy year on Capitol Hill, and ICBA has issued a number of white papers to bolster its lobbying efforts in support of community banks. Here’s a look at some of what ICBA is recommending, and why.
Using CRM software can build your small-business relationships as well as your bank’s own business.
An internal audit reveals opportunities for improvement across the board, making your community bank safer and more efficient. Take a look at the pros and cons of conducting an internal audit in-house versus outsourcing to a third-party firm.
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Nekoosa Port Edwards State Bank is setting the bar for compliance among community banks. Here’s a look at how and why it does it, and the unexpected benefits of making compliance a core part of its company culture.
How Field & Main Bank’s new universal banker model centers are cultivating community and customers.