How to Steer Your Bank's Portfolio Through an Economic Downturn

November 8, 2019 Dallas Wells

Economic downturns are like tsunamis: You can’t predict them, but you can create early warning indicators and then act quickly and decisively so that you’re still standing when the wave hits.

Learn the indicators your bank should be monitoring, how to set up a team that can quickly adjust your portfolio strategy, and how to ensure that strategy translates into tangible action.

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Dallas Wells

Dallas is a writer, speaker and former consultant who has held executive roles at two banks with experience in capital planning, liquidity forecasting, investments, budgeting, financial reporting and mergers and acquisitions.

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