Committees : Compensation
As banks compete for talent, it is increasingly important to understand the trends in pay practices among fintech companies and the implications for the rest of the financial industry.
More than a decade after Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Act, U.S. financial regulators are reconsidering rules that were never implemented regarding executive pay.
Bank-owned life insurance is a popular but often misunderstood tool.
To counteract #striketober, some banks are embracing hybrid work-from-home policies.
Increasingly, the compensation committee’s role has been expanded to include oversight over broader people risk and opportunities that pose new challenges.
Banks involved in mergers of equals need to develop a compelling human capital strategy and compensation program to ensure that key talent see important deal milestones through.
Discussions around ESG are increasing, and banks should be prepared to share how they intend to embrace these initiatives.
Leveraging the results of the 2021 Compensation Survey, this white paper examines two key compensation themes: measuring CEO performance and competing for talent.
As M&A continues to pick up, it is crucial that banks understand the implications of any transaction on BOLI portfolios to mitigate potential negative tax consequences.
Bank leadership teams should ask these four questions as they evaluate their talent strategy.