Committees : Compensation

article | July 13th, 2018

A Long-Term Care Plan Can Attract Top Talent

The tax law offers advantages to employers and employees in planning for the future.

By: David Shoemaker, Ken Derks
research | June 4th, 2018

2018 Compensation Survey: Board Composition a Key Issue

Directors and executives share their views on board composition and talent, and reveal how much CEOs and directors are paid.

By: Emily McCormick, vice president of research for Bank Director
video | April 26th, 2018

What To Know About BOLI Today

What should boards consider as they evaluate the bank’s BOLI program?

By: Steve Marlow, Kelly Earls
article | April 12th, 2018

Keeping Pace with Wages After Corporate Tax Cuts

Some banks are increasing their minimum wage, so don’t get left behind as competition increases for quality talent.

By: Christie Summervill
article | March 30th, 2018

Use Compensation Plans to Tackle a Talent Shortage

Well-designed nonqualified plans can help banks succeed in today's competitive talent landscape.

By: Trey Deupree
article | March 12th, 2018

Executive Compensation: Understanding the Tax Law’s Full Impact

Here’s what compensation committees should know about what’s changed under the new tax law.

By: Michael Matthews, James Thweatt, III
article | March 2nd, 2018

How to Give Employees a Slice of the Tax Reform Pie

Employees expect to see increased pay as a result of tax reform’s expected positive impact on bank earnings, but banks should take a strategic approach.

By: Michael Blanchard
article | February 16th, 2018

Getting Ready for Proxy Season: Changes to Section 162(m)

Boards should examine executive compensation plans in light of the new tax law.

By: Robert Azarow, Kathleen Wechter, Douglas Pelley
article | January 26th, 2018

Addressing Gaps in Executive Disability Coverage

Many executives aren’t adequately protected should they become disabled.

By: David Shoemaker, Ken Derks
viewpoint | January 17th, 2018

Addressing Compensation Issues In M&A

As consolidation in the banking industry continues, there are compensation matters that your institution should address proactively.

By: Susan O'Donnell, Daniel Rodda