Your Bank Examiner Is Not the Enemy

Ludwig, Eugene A.
August 2008
American Banker;8/15/2008, Vol. 173 Issue 158, p10
Trade Publication
The author suggests that banks should work to foster an amicable relationship with bank examiners to encourage a smooth and positive process. He states that U.S. federal regulators are certain to administer tough examinations due to a trend in bank failures and overall poor U.S. economic conditions.


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