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If your bank has more than $1 billion in assets, you will be impacted.
Alan Kaplan of Kaplan Partners writes about why putting together a competitive compensation package matters.
When it comes to the regulatory flu, bank directors need some medicine, fast.
Headlines about the Wells Fargo & Co. phony account scandal have included indictments of incentive-based compensation. Is this compensation tool really to blame?
On the eve of Bank Director’s Bank Executive and Board Compensation Conference in Chicago, Editor Jack Milligan writes about what has changed in bank compensation in a decade.
This article looks at the way the Federal Reserve is changing incentive compensation at the largest banks, and how those changes may influence other banks.
Banks are increasing their monitoring and reporting to the board following the Wells Fargo scandal.
This article describes what banks are doing about clawbacks, stock ownership guidelines, and anti-hedging policies, among others.
Moss Adams LLP’s John Hancock explores compensation trends for Western bank CEOs and other bank executives.
CEOs weigh in on talent management and incentive compensation in this session from Bank Director’s 2016 Bank Executive & Board Compensation Conference.
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