Committees : Compensation
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.
Moss Adams LLP’s John Hancock explores compensation trends for Western bank CEOs and other bank executives.
The 2013 Compensation Survey, conducted by Bank Director and sponsored by Compensation Advisors by Meyer-Chatfield, reveals that boards and executives continue to struggle with measuring executive performance and retaining key talent.
This article looks at the way the Federal Reserve is changing incentive compensation at the largest banks, and how those changes may influence other banks.
Half of all banks now have bank-owned life insurance (BOLI) on the lives of their executives. Ken Derks of Equias Alliance describes the trends.
Banks face intense scrutiny of executive pay. Todd Sirras of Semler Brossy Consulting Group shows how communication can help answer and address much of the criticism.
Corporate Capital Resources’ Lisa Tilley and Michael Coffey focus on a unique way to offer the benefits of a 401(k) and an ESOP.