Committees : Compensation
Supplemental executive retirement plans give banks the flexibility to offer benefits that are meaningful to their most important employees.
The best way to fix banking’s C-suite diversity problem is to train women and minorities early, and then make sure they receive equal opportunities with men.
Compensation committees should keep these three principles in mind when crafting incentive plans and goals for 2021.
Banks need to nail identifying a successor, crafting the compensation and retaining key executives when they transition leaders.
Supplemental executive retirement plans can be a powerful and flexible tool in the hands of visionary banks.
Day Three of Bank Director’s 2020 BankBEYOND experience explores how the coronavirus pandemic accelerated many of the toughest hiring and talent challenges that banks face, and what they should do in response.
With 2020 being anything but typical, compensation committees should brace themselves for the months ahead.
Seven questions banks should ask to help their decision-making when determining 2020 executive incentive payouts.
Two factors could impact a bank’s annual and long-term incentive plans in an unusual and challenging year.
Bank boards will be challenged to think outside the box as they evaluate CEO pay in an uncertain environment, according to Bank Director’s 2020 Compensation Survey.