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Panelist from our Bank Executive and Board Compensation event present their viewpoints on how the latest round of regulations was shaping compensation planning.
Bye, bye bonus. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau clarifies incentive pay for mortgage originators.
Compensation committees should stay educated, establish duties and responsibilities and use the help of a trusted advisor.
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.
Pearl Meyer & Partners’ Kristine Oliver answers three questions compensation committees typically have this time of year regarding incentive planning.
Todd Leone, president & founder of Amalfi Consulting, shares his perspective on the top three things bank compensation committees should be focusing on over the next 12 months.
Susan O’Donnell of Meridian Compensation Partners offers some advice on what compensation committees should do in a challenging and changing landscape.
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.
2012 brings us new guidance under the Dodd-Frank Act addressing the familiar concept of independence.
Is your board evolving with the new environment? This article takes a look at critical changes for bank boards.
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