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  • 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?

  • Issues | Strategy
  • Published: May 11th, 2016

Four Ideas to Engage Millennials as Bank Customers and Investors

Maggie Chou of OTC Markets Group writes about what community banks can do to engage this important generation.

  • 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.

  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: May 16th, 2016

Considering a Sale of the Bank? Don’t Forget the Board’s Due Diligence

Bank boards considering an offer to sell the bank should start with the strategic plan.

  • Issues | Bank M&A
  • Published: December 21st, 2015

A New Delaware M&A Case Is a Warning to Investment Bankers: Take Care That You Don’t Mislead the Board

John J. Gorman of the law firm Luse Gorman writes about a new court case that impacts liability in M&A cases.

  • 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 | Legal
  • Published: October 18th, 2016

Are Your Owners Violating the Change in Bank Control Act?

This law is probably one of the most unintentionally violated in all of banking.

  • Issues | Legal
  • Published: December 30th, 2015

Policing Your S Corporation Status: Six Simple Steps

The death or divorce of a shareholder in an S corporation can have major consequences for everybody else.

  • 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.

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