Dr. S Scott MacDonald

Professional Speaker, Strategic Planner, and Consultant for

Banks and Financial Professionals

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About S. SCott MacDonald, Ph. D.

Dr. S. Scott MacDonald is the former president and CEO of the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking (SWGSB) Foundation, director of the Assemblies for Bank Directors, and Adjunct Professor of Finance, Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University.  Prior to joining SMU he served on the faculty of Texas Tech University and was a consultant at RRC Inc., an economics consulting firm in Bryan College Station. He received his B.A. degree in economics from the University of Alabama and his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University. 

Dr. MacDonald is a trusted consultant and advisor to financial institution’s boards of directors and senior management.  With over 38 years of professional and academic experience he is a nationally sought after strategic planning facilitator, consultant and educator to the financial services industry.  He is a frequent speaker at professional programs, banker associations and banking schools.  He is the recipient of numerous teaching and research awards, and was inducted into the Independent Bankers Association of Texas’ Wall of Heroes and Legends.  He has served as an expert resource witness before the Texas state Senate and is a former Chairman of the Board of Directors of a Texas financial institution.  Dr. MacDonald is the co-author of the textbook on banking, Bank Management in its 8th edition, as well as author of numerous articles in professional and academic journalsDownload a short bio here.

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Dr. MacDonald can customize a program/topic to meet your needs. His general areas of expertise are economics, the banking and credit outlook, risk management, bank director development, commercial lending, performance and risk assessment, credit analysis, fixed income securities and the future of community banking.

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