Contributor : Laura Hay

article | December 16th, 2016

Banks Make Changes Following Wells Fargo Crisis

Banks are increasing their monitoring and reporting to the board following the Wells Fargo scandal.

By: Laura Hay
article | August 8th, 2016

Team Lift-Outs: Compensation to Entice and Integrate Revenue Producers

A successful lift-out can help boost a bank's profitability, but it is not without risk and has compensation implications that should be carefully reviewed.

By: Laura Hay
article | April 18th, 2016

Mega-Acquirers: Compensation Practices That Make a Difference

Pearl Meyer takes a look at the compensation practices of top banks for asset growth.

By: Laura Hay
article | September 7th, 2015

What Behavior Does Your Incentive Plan Reward?

Laura Hay of Pearl Meyer & Partners, discusses how to align your compensation plan with your bank’s objectives.

By: Laura Hay
article | December 19th, 2014

Higher Salaries, Tougher Performance Metrics Mark Pay Trends for 2015

Pearl Meyer & Partners reviews the top five bank pay trends for 2015 based on its most recent survey.

By: Laura Hay
article | February 24th, 2014

CEO Evaluations: Providing Feedback that Makes a Difference

Pearl Meyer & Partners’ Laura Hay offers suggestions on a more effective evaluation process.

By: Laura Hay
article | August 7th, 2013

Five Factors Directors Should Consider Before Granting Equity Awards

There is widespread agreement on the need to align the interests of bank executives and shareholders. But how should boards make that happen?

By: Laura Hay
article | March 12th, 2012

Directors’ Accountability for Ensuring Risk-Based Compensation Programs

With regulatory pressure mounting with the pending release of Dodd-Frank regulations, directors will have an increased mandate to ensure compensation practices are risk-appropriate.

By: Laura Hay