Committees : Compensation
The Wells Fargo & Co. sales incentive fraud scandal has further increased the scrutiny on banking industry compensation practices.
While some issues are of near universal concern among financial services organizations, some concerns vary by size of institution.
Not all change-in-control issues involve big severance payments to executives. Here are some other factors that can impact your deal.
A consent order levied against the director of a small Wisconsin bank reminds committee members to thoroughly execute their duties.
What questions should directors ask about incentive compensation plans?
Stockholder challenges to director compensation are rarely dismissed early, so be careful when dealing with this important issue.
Compensation plans should be tailored to each employee’s needs in today’s competitive talent market.
A deferred compensation plan (DCP) can be used to help your bank recruit, retain and reward top and rising talent.
This article helps bank executives and board members evaluate the incentive pay for some of the highest paid employees in the bank.
Bank boards may want to reward and retain executives through this special compensation plan.