Committees : Compensation

viewpoint | October 17th, 2016

Know What Your Employees Want

A reoccurring theme with bank regulators is the retention and succession of talent.

By: JR Llewellyn
research | September 16th, 2016

Do Executives Want Equity?

The 2016 Compensation Survey examines whether equity awards still attract talent, and whether they still tie executive interests to that of the bank.

By: Emily McCormick, vice president of research for Bank Director
article | September 7th, 2016

Do You Understand the New Incentive Compensation Proposed Rules?

If your bank has more than $1 billion in assets, you will be impacted.

By: Heather Eastep
article | August 31st, 2016

Severance Pay May Be Forbidden, Court Rules

A recent court case reaffirms the powers of regulators to deny certain compensation payments for troubled banks, making clear how important advance planning is.

By: Andrew K. Strimaitis
article | August 8th, 2016

Team Lift-Outs: Compensation to Entice and Integrate Revenue Producers

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.

By: Laura Hay
article | August 5th, 2016

Addressing Problems with SERPs in Benefit Plan Designs

SERPs are a valuable compensation tool, but improper plan design can result in significant expenses for banks without the retention value.

By: JR Llewellyn
article | August 1st, 2016

Clawbacks Are Coming. Are You Ready?

Public banks face new rules that could penalize executives for accounting restatements.

By: Douglas P. Faucette
viewpoint | July 18th, 2016

How Pay Drives Performance

Well designed compensation programs should reward top performing executives.

By: Susan O'Donnell, Daniel Rodda
article | July 4th, 2016

Three Reasons Why You Should Care About the New Proposed Incentive Compensation Rules

The incentive compensation rules are serious business and will impact your bank. Here’s why.

By: Greg Swanson
article | June 27th, 2016

New Incentive Compensation Rules Will Impact Banks and Their Boards

The new rules have key differences from the old rules.

By: Andrew K. Strimaitis