Committees : Compensation
Talent Management at the Top
Jennie Carlson of U.S. Bancorp reveals how the bank focuses on executive-level talent management, including diversity and succession planning.
Compensation and Governance Committees: Sharing the Hot Seat in 2016
This article describes current issues that you will face as a member of a bank's compensation committee.
Playing Your Cards Right With Executive Compensation Disclosures
Kristine Oliver of Pearl Meyer explains why it’s never too early for the board to begin focusing on executive compensation disclosures.
Are Community Banks an Endangered Species?
The prospects for small banks look tough, as one speaker notes at Bank Director’s Bank Executive and Board Compensation Conference in Chicago.
Keeping Your Compensation Committee On Track During the Busy Winter Season
Staying abreast of the compensation committee’s sizeable tasks means keeping to a schedule. What do banks typically do?
Compensation for Privately Owned Banks: What to Know
This article describes certain benefit plan designs attractive to privately owned banks.
Bank Compensation Committees Lose a Whole Lot of Discretion
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.
How to Set Performance Metrics that Drive Success
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.
Taking the Fear out of Phantom Stock
For private banks, synthetic equity can be a more attractive way to reward executives.
Trends Emerging in Compensation Policies for Bank Executives
This article describes what banks are doing about clawbacks, stock ownership guidelines, and anti-hedging policies, among others.