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  • Committees | Compensation
  • Published: April 23rd, 2015

Assessing Your Say-on-Pay Vote

Meridian Compensation Partners’ Susan O’Donnell and Daniel Rodda discuss how to interpret your say-on-pay results and how to prepare for next year’s vote.

  • Committees | Compensation
  • Published: December 5th, 2011

2011 Shareholder Voting Trends - Preparing for 2012 Say on Pay

Shareholder advisory votes on pay packages were mandated with little notice for the 2011 proxy season, leaving limited resources and time to prepare. But it's not too late to get a positive say-on-pay result in 2012.

  • Committees | Compensation
  • Published: October 27th, 2014

Say-On-Pay Trends at Banks: Proxy Firms Increase “No” Recommendations

Jim Bean at McLagan analyzes the latest trends in say-on-pay voting, providing a cautionary tale for banks that want a “yes” vote at their annual shareholder meetings.

  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: November 14th, 2014

Why Book Value Isn't the Only Way to Measure a Bank

Bank Director President Al Dominick writes about why earnings are becoming more important than tangible book value.

  • Committees | Compensation
  • Published: January 5th, 2015

Performance-Driven Retirement Plans: Are They Right for Your Bank?

Under this type of plan, if your bank’s shareholders do well, so do your executives.

  • Committees | Compensation
  • Published: April 20th, 2012

Will Citigroup Shareholders’ “No” Vote Change the Compensation Game?

Citigroup is the largest bank to fail say-on-pay. How will that impact the industry?

  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: February 18th, 2015

Don't Sell the Bank

When was the last time you were advised NOT to sell your institution? Bank Director President Al Dominick considers the alternative argument.

  • Committees | Compensation
  • Published: November 23rd, 2012

What to Do When Caught Between Investors and Regulators

Shareholder groups want executive pay tied to shareholder value. The regulators’ don’t. What is a board to do?