August 25, 2020 2:00 pm EDT

The Impact of COVID-19 on Executive Compensation Programs

This webinar hosted by Meridian Compensation Partners, LLC discusses how U.S. banks are responding and presents considerations for year-end executive pay decisions (e.g. the role of discretion in annual incentives), outstanding long-term incentive cycles and 2021 program designs.

September 1, 2020 2:00 pm EDT

Key Risk Indicators for Effective Strategy Management

Effective Strategy Management through key risk indicators (KRIs) is critical for ensuring the success of a bank’s strategic vision. By aligning ERM with business strategy and successfully developing KRIs, banks can provide proactive data needed to be more effective in meeting strategic objectives. Join Quanitivate as they demonstrate how to effectively create KRIs to improve Strategy Management.

September 17, 2020 2:00 pm EDT

M&A Risk: The Numbers and Beyond

Understanding risks surrounding M&A activity in this COVID-19 operating environment is more important now than ever. This candid discussion, moderated by Bank Director CEO, Al Dominick, and featuring Crowe Advisory Services Partner Rick Childs and Crowe Risk Consulting Partner Jennifer Burke, will focus on the financial side of transactions as well as how operational and cultural issues impact deals longer...

October 20, 2020 2:00 pm EDT

Enterprise Risk Management Reporting for Board, Executive & Risk Committees

Boards, executives, and risk committees are consistently seeking ways to enhance their governance responsibilities. Providing them pertinent reporting helps them ensure that they are executing those responsibilities as effectively as possible. Join Quantivate as they offer up for consideration various reporting topics and discuss opportunities to help increase your overall governance effectiveness.

November 17, 2020 2:00 pm EDT

Now, Next and Beyond: Aftereffects of COVID-19 and the 2020 Elections

As the banking industry looks back at its response to the coronavirus pandemic, bank directors and executives are also turning their attention to the results of the 2020 election and what is expected to drive their organizations over the next four years and beyond.