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Getting New Board Members on Board

 

Board of Directors are a crucial part of the success of any financial institution. In many cases, chosen board members may not have a financial services background, yet are making decisions that could make or break the success of the institution. Board members must have the aptitude to make important financial decisions. Training your new board members can help prepare your financial institution for future success while mitigating potential risks. Learn more on how to develop a robust training program for your board members.

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