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It's been a bad few weeks for Wilmington Trust Corp. Make that a bad year.
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.
Some ways of funding your bank executive nonqualified plans offer a return, rather than an expense.
Many boards haven’t determined who will replace the CEO when that executive retires or leaves the bank.
Mike Blanchard, partner at compensation advisory firm Blanchard Chase, shares a recommended approach for handling the controversial CEO pay ratio requirements.
The 2013 Compensation Survey, conducted by Bank Director and sponsored by Compensation Advisors by Meyer-Chatfield, reveals that boards and executives continue to struggle with measuring executive performance and retaining key talent.
Meridian Compensation Partners shares strategies on how to structure retirement vesting to encourage executives to support transition and succession.
McLagan's Katrina Gerenz writes about questions you can ask to make sure your bank is ready.
A recap on the role the compensation committee should take when planning competitive yet acceptable compensation plans for employees past the CEO.
Through early planning for compliance with Section 280G of the Internal Revenue Code, banks can avoid saddling senior executives with punishing excise taxes, or the bank with expensive gross up payments.
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