BRENTWOOD, TENN., May 20, 2015 – Bank boards were more highly paid in 2014, report the bank executives and directors responding to Bank Director’s 2015 Compensation Survey, sponsored by consulting firm Compensation Advisors, but it was money well earned: The median hours per month that directors devote to meetings, business development, education and other board obligations rose 33 percent, to 20 hours per month.
The 2015 Compensation Survey reveals what bank chief executive officers and directors were paid in fiscal year 2014, the benefits they receive, and how bank leaders prefer to be compensated by their organizations. The survey was completed by 281 independent directors and senior executives of U.S. banks in March and April. Supplemental data on director and CEO compensation for fiscal year 2014 was collected from the proxy statements of 90 publicly traded banks.
Key findings include:
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