Transactions Magazine

Current Issue: October 2014

Transactions October

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In This Issue:

GROW YOUR COMMUNITY AWARDS | 2014
Announcing the inaugural Grow Your Community Award winners. This year’s winners exemplify the importance of community banks and how they help their communities survive and thrive.

CHAIRMAN ANDY HASLEY: A LIFETIME OF DRUMMING UP BUSINESS
A look back on the life of Allegheny Valley Bank President/CEO Andy Hasley, and a look forward at his plans for the upcoming year, acting as PACB’s Chairman of the Board.

401(K) Plan Design For Successful Participant Outcomes

What It Takes To Manage A Multi-Generational Workforce

Lessons For Depository Institutions

What Are Capacity Charges On Your Bank’s Electricity Bills?

Damned If You Do And Damned If You Don’t: U.S. Supreme Court Tells Fifth Third Bancorp ERISA Fiduciaries

Knowing Your Risks: Financial Institutions

Forecasting The November Election

PACB’s 137th Annual Convention Photo Recap

News From You


Upcoming Monthly Editorial Topics & Themes

Interested in submitting an article for consideration to be published in Transactions? Please refer to the topics and themes below to assure that your article relates to that month’s issue.

Please note: the deadline for submission is the 5th of the preceding month. Monthly themes are subject to change.

For a printable pdf list of the 2014 Transactions editorial topics and themes, please CLICK HERE.

October 2014

Human Resources & Benefits Management (Convention Recap Edition) - Articles relating to issues in human resources, employee retainment, and providing benefits.

November 2014

Security - Articles about security issues banks encounter, such as social media attacks, elder fraud, and internal fraud, and how to avoid the incoming threats.

December 2014

Government relations: Compliance, Regulatory, & Legal Issues - Articles on changes in the regulatory arena, compliance suggestions, and other issues to protect community banks. Also featuring an election recap.