Entrepreneurial-minded CEOs Ira Robbins (Valley Bank) and Brent Beardall (Washington Federal) engaged in a dialogue around the evolution of their banks’ cultures under their leadership. The Travillian Group’s Brian Love and co-moderator Joe Fenech examined how strong cultures correlate to strong fundamental performance, increased shareholder value and the ability to retain and attract more robust talent. This discussion is a must-watch for bankers and executives who are executing or considering transformation within their own companies.
This year, Travillian’s search professionals have been hard at work helping our bank clients find leaders of all types. However, the most prevalent and urgent needs are within the Risk and Compliance…Read more
Chuck Berry said it best when he sang about going back to the birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll. In the short few months since Travillian last spoke with Memphis, Tenn.-based…Read more
Is Your Bank’s Risk & Compliance Talent Focusing on the Right Things: A Conversation with Coastal Financial Corporation’s Curt Queyrouze & Andrew Stines
Risk and Compliance has always been a critical function for community banks, especially so today when tech-forward banks are involved in complicated BaaS and embedded finance partnerships with fintechs and…Read more
Community banking’s push into technology was already happening before the pandemic, but it has become an even bigger priority ever since. Nevertheless, pivoting to a tech-forward business model is not…Read more
Travillian Welcomes Gerelyn Terzo as Content Director Gerelyn will be responsible for supporting the build-out of the Travillian Next website and overall content. Travillian, a nationally focused executive search and…Read more
The Zac Brown Band sings about everybody being in the “same boat, fishing in the same hole.” In that case, Reinbeck, Iowa-based Lincoln Savings Bank (LSB) must be using different…Read more