Committees : Research
Banks are facing an increasingly competitive talent landscape. Here’s how some are tackling the issue, based on the 2018 Compensation Survey.
Directors and executives share their views on board composition and talent, and reveal how much CEOs and directors are paid.
Here’s how bank board compensation and composition have changed over the past decade.
Many boards haven’t determined who will replace the CEO when that executive retires or leaves the bank.
The 2016 Compensation Survey examines whether equity awards still attract talent, and whether they still tie executive interests to that of the bank.
Despite the talk on millennial talent, banks face a more immediate struggle when it comes to attracting valuable commercial lenders to their teams.
Compensation plans must appeal to both baby boomers and the next generation of bank leaders.
Banks need talented executives and board members, and the results of the 2015 Compensation Survey reveal how they want to be paid.
Meyer-Chatfield offers advice on aligning pay with performance based on the results of the 2014 Compensation Survey.
Bank Director’s Compensation Survey reveals compensation data for private banks, in this report exclusive to DirectorCorps.