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Meyer-Chatfield Compensation Advisors talks about resolving the nagging compensation issues that keep boards tossing and turning.
Don Norman, a partner at Chicago-based law firm Barack Ferrazzano, discusses some of the important issues faced by bank directors and executives as they approach year-end.
Susan O'Donnell, managing director with Pearl Meyer & Partners outlines what she believes are the top three issues concerning directors, and what separates the winning banks from the losing ones over the next five years.
Despite the talk on millennial talent, banks face a more immediate struggle when it comes to attracting valuable commercial lenders to their teams.
There is widespread agreement on the need to align the interests of bank executives and shareholders. But how should boards make that happen?
The financial crisis has vastly changed the way banks pay their chief executives. Even with long-term restricted stock and smaller salary increases, pay is on the way up.
As banking regulators begin to demand further risk analysis or modeling to better understand pay-performance relationships, Susan O'Donnell, managing partner for Pearl Meyers & Partners suggests compensation committees consider conducting five types of additional scenario analysis or modeling.
Equias Alliance’s David Shoemaker and Ken Derks write about trends in the BOLI market and why new BOLI premium rose so dramatically in 2015.
What challenges do compensation committees and human resources executives face when it comes to finding and retaining top talent?
Meyer-Chatfield Compensation Advisors President Flynt Gallagher talks about ways to reward performance while reducing risk.
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