Committees : Research
Do Executives Want Equity?
The 2016 Compensation Survey examines whether equity awards still attract talent, and whether they still tie executive interests to that of the bank.
2016 Compensation Survey: Where Are The Lenders?
Despite the talk on millennial talent, banks face a more immediate struggle when it comes to attracting valuable commercial lenders to their teams.
Preparing for the Next Generation of Bank Executives
Compensation plans must appeal to both baby boomers and the next generation of bank leaders.
2015 Compensation Survey: What Executives and Board Members Want
Banks need talented executives and board members, and the results of the 2015 Compensation Survey reveal how they want to be paid.
Aligning Pay with Long-Term Strategy
Meyer-Chatfield offers advice on aligning pay with performance based on the results of the 2014 Compensation Survey.
Trends in Private Bank Compensation
Bank Director’s Compensation Survey reveals compensation data for private banks, in this report exclusive to DirectorCorps.
Loan Officers in High Demand Across Banking Industry
The results of the 2014 Compensation Survey find that board pay is rising, and loan growth, not regulatory compliance, is driving executive hires.
Quizzing Bank Compensation Leaders
What challenges do compensation committees and human resources executives face when it comes to finding and retaining top talent?
The Compensation Puzzle: Results of the 2013 Compensation Survey
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.
C&I Loans: Do Community Banks Have a Competitive Advantage?
Could C&I lending yield strong growth for community banks? Expertise is key.