10 Big Ideas for Banking in 2013
 

Start the New Year right, with new ways to think about widening your bank's customer base, lowering your legal costs, mentoring your executives, maximizing tech investments and more.

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Comments (6)
A brilliant exposition. Learning lessons is important. Risk Culture should develop more than the compliance culture. Compliance culture may save the economic capital. But the risk appetite in right direction does not grow. Diminishing appetite is the sign of approaching the deathbed for sure.
Posted by Yerramraju B | Wednesday, December 26 2012 at 10:22PM ET
Great thought piece, but the slideshow format made it cumbersome to page through, and the slides didn't add anything. I'll wait for it to be in print form in American Banker online, as it is a "keeper"!
Posted by bchristman | Thursday, December 27 2012 at 11:08AM ET
Is shows that we have to get back to basics. Sound banking practices. generated deposits well lend and seek for profit..

Filipino Banker

Posted by Filipino Banker | Saturday, December 29 2012 at 10:12PM ET
Regarding the mortgage markets the article indicates banks might get comfortable enough to take the credit risk. In today's rate world, it is not the credit risk but the interest rate risk that deters banks retaining the loans.
Posted by Raymond R | Tuesday, January 01 2013 at 7:11PM ET
life is all about risk, those that risk stand the chance of winning than those who do not attempt, risk to get the best out of life. says by Andrew Oheri CEO Eruoventures Nig Ltd
Posted by andrex | Wednesday, January 02 2013 at 4:25PM ET
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