Contributor : Daniel Rodda

Article | October 29th, 2014

What’s New for Change-in-Control Agreements

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.

By: Shane Meredith, Daniel Rodda
Article | August 18th, 2014

Are Your Executive Compensation Programs Providing Effective Retention Hooks?

This article describes how to assess whether your existing pay programs will keep senior executives at your bank.

By: Daniel Rodda, Susan O'Donnell
Article | February 14th, 2014

Now is the Time to Test and Report Your Pay and Performance Relationship

Making sure your pay is tied to performance is harder than you would think. Here are some solutions.

By: Susan O'Donnell, Daniel Rodda
Article | December 6th, 2013

Designing The Bank’s Incentive Plan

Daniel Rodda of Meridian Compensation Partners writes about designing the ideal plan for your bank.

By: Daniel Rodda
viewpoint | October 28th, 2013

Emerging Trends in How Banks Pay the Board

Meridian Compensation Partners’ Susan O’Donnell and Daniel Rodda address how to determine board pay, what role equity should play, and whether retainers should replace board meeting fees.

By: Susan O'Donnell, Daniel Rodda
Article | December 12th, 2012

The Future of Executive Compensation

Meridian Compensation Partners’ Daniel Rodda and Michael Brittian discuss key executive pay trends for banks.

By: Daniel Rodda, Michael Brittian
Article | October 15th, 2012

Linking Long-Term Pay to Performance

Meridian Compensation Partners discuss trends and key design considerations for implementing long-term performance plans.

By: Daniel Rodda