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Written on May 3, 2023

Amid persistent complexity, bank leadership teams need to urgently revisit their approaches to credit risk management. 

More and more countries — from Brazil to Southeast Asian nations — are calling for trade to be carried out in other currencies besides the U.S. dollar. 

2024 could be one of the most consequential for credit unions in years depending on the actions of the Supreme Court. 

Wells Fargo shareholders voted against the creation of a policy that would have formally outlined framework supportive of worker unionization. The measure, which garnered 36% shareholder support, was deemed “unnecessary and not in the best interests of our employees or shareholders.”