Tag: Executive Compensation


US Financial Regulators Restart Work on Long-Delayed Dodd-Frank Compensation Rules

May 9, 2024

Via: Insurance Journal

A trio of U.S. financial regulators have resumed work on a long-delayed rule-writing project to make executive compensation plans at financial firms more sensitive to risk. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and Federal […]


Sticking Points in Recent Community Bank Deals

September 30, 2019

Via: Bank Director

Whether you plan to sell your bank or are in the market to acquire one, there are several sticking points that can delay the transaction. It can be helpful for both potential buyers and sellers to think about how such […]


7 Things Bank Boards Should Focus on in the Year Ahead

September 10, 2018

Via: Bank Director

The world of corporate governance today has a brighter spotlight on boards of directors than ever before. While bank regulatory relief has provided a long-awaited respite, bank examiners seem to be zeroing in on governance, director performance and board succession. […]