Committees : Compensation
Pearl Meyer & Partners looks at what banks do to reward performance of executives, and how to structure incentive plans well.
Crowe Horwath LLP reports on its annual Financial Institutions Compensation Survey.
What if a bank being sold has a Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan (SERP)? Could that trigger a so-called golden parachute clause with tax consequences for the acquiring bank? The answer is yes.
Bank Director asks compensation committee members and CEOs what innovative changes they have made to compensation plans recently.
Meyer-Chatfield looks at the cost and benefits of the Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan.
Bank Director’s panel of experts reveals some of the most innovative pay packages in the financial sector.
There is widespread agreement on the need to align the interests of bank executives and shareholders. But how should boards make that happen?
The IRS doesn’t like “golden parachutes” for public company executives. Here is what to do about the rules.
Marc Baranski analyzes say-on-pay votes during the last several years.
David Shoemaker and Ken Derks of Equias Alliance discuss nonqualified compensation plans and ways to offset their cost.