Committees : Compensation
This article describes certain benefit plan designs attractive to privately owned banks.
On the eve of Bank Director’s Bank Executive and Board Compensation Conference in Chicago, Editor Jack Milligan writes about what has changed in bank compensation in a decade.
Pearl Meyer’s Katherine Mahlum and Dan Wetzel describe how to dig deeper into setting bank wide performance goals to reward and motivate those team members for efforts required to meet your bank’s strategic objectives.
For private banks, synthetic equity can be a more attractive way to reward executives.
This article describes what banks are doing about clawbacks, stock ownership guidelines, and anti-hedging policies, among others.
Compensation plans must appeal to both baby boomers and the next generation of bank leaders.
Laura Hay of Pearl Meyer & Partners, discusses how to align your compensation plan with your bank’s objectives.
It has become increasingly important that bank directors understand and evaluate whether the benefits package they offer their key executives remains competitive in today’s changing market.
Jim Calla of Meyer-Chatfield explains how proper maintenance and reporting can make the most of Bank-Owned Life Insurance (BOLI).
Equias Alliance writes about how rising interest rates will impact your bank’s bank-owned life insurance (BOLI).