Committees : Compensation
A reoccurring theme with bank regulators is the retention and succession of talent.
The 2016 Compensation Survey examines whether equity awards still attract talent, and whether they still tie executive interests to that of the bank.
If your bank has more than $1 billion in assets, you will be impacted.
A recent court case reaffirms the powers of regulators to deny certain compensation payments for troubled banks, making clear how important advance planning is.
A successful lift-out can help boost a bank's profitability, but it is not without risk and has compensation implications that should be carefully reviewed.
SERPs are a valuable compensation tool, but improper plan design can result in significant expenses for banks without the retention value.
Public banks face new rules that could penalize executives for accounting restatements.
Well designed compensation programs should reward top performing executives.
The incentive compensation rules are serious business and will impact your bank. Here’s why.
The new rules have key differences from the old rules.