Committees : Compensation
Many banks are looking to hire executives with technology expertise, and some are going to tech companies to recruit.
The results of the 2014 Compensation Survey find that board pay is rising, and loan growth, not regulatory compliance, is driving executive hires.
Even regional banks are making changes to pay based on regulatory guidance. Here are some trends to watch.
Equias Alliance provides a guide for boards who want to understand nonqualified benefit plan contracts.
Making sure your pay is tied to performance is harder than you would think. Here are some solutions.
William Flynt Gallagher of Meyer-Chatfield Compensation Advisors outlines the various types of deferred compensation plans.
Greg Swanson explains why it’s important to take a look at change-in-control agreements now, rather than during a potential transaction.
Kimberly Ellwanger of Heritage Financial Corporation shares her board’s approach to structuring the CEO’s incentive pay plan.
Susan O’Donnell of Meridian Compensation Partners describes three main components compensation committees should consider when assessing their bank’s compensation programs.
Scott Richardson says it’s possible to have the benefits of a traditional SERP but tie those benefits to the bank’s performance.