Contributor : Daniel Rodda
Seven questions banks should ask to help their decision-making when determining 2020 executive incentive payouts.
Companies that define specific measures and create accountability for achieving them are more likely to achieve the intended results.
As consolidation in the banking industry continues, there are compensation matters that your institution should address proactively.
The Wells Fargo & Co. sales incentive fraud scandal has further increased the scrutiny on banking industry compensation practices.
This article explains how to approach M&A bonuses and incentives without drawing the ire of shareholders and advisory groups.
While most banks have implemented rigorous risk management processes and believe their incentive structures mitigate risk, the Wells Fargo & Co. scandal puts incentive practices under a new microscope.
Well designed compensation programs should reward top performing executives.
This article describes what banks are doing about clawbacks, stock ownership guidelines, and anti-hedging policies, among others.
Meridian Compensation Partners’ Susan O’Donnell and Daniel Rodda discuss how to interpret your say-on-pay results and how to prepare for next year’s vote.
The contracts that protect executives in the event of a change-in-control are no longer the same. Nowadays, everything from tax gross-ups to triggers are under scrutiny.