Committees : Compensation
What Proposed Regulations and Wells Fargo Mean for Your Bank
While most banks have implemented rigorous risk management processes and believe their incentive structures mitigate risk, the Wells Fargo & Co. scandal puts incentive practices under a new microscope.
Rates Are Lower for Longer: How Do I Find Yield for My Bank?
Brian Watterson, managing director of Meyer-Chatfield Group, discusses a way to maximize the bank’s portfolio.
What Does the Wells Fargo Debacle Mean for Incentive-Based Compensation?
Headlines about the Wells Fargo & Co. phony account scandal have included indictments of incentive-based compensation. Is this compensation tool really to blame?
Three Questions Bank Directors Should Ask About Incentive Compensation
In light of the recent Wells Fargo cross-selling scandal, there are a few things bank directors should consider.
Bank Compensation: How Banks are Changing Bonus Plans
Banks are increasingly incorporating risk and reputational concerns into their incentive plans.
The Bank-Owned Life (BOLI) Insurance Market is Changing: Here’s How
This article summarizes recent trends in BOLI.
Bank Compensation and Wells Fargo: The End of an Era
The Wells Fargo case hits on many aspects of governance and compensation that are important to bank boards.
How to Retain Your Best People
While base salary and a bonus plan are a given, there are several other compensation strategies to consider.
Know What Your Employees Want
A reoccurring theme with bank regulators is the retention and succession of talent.
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.