Compensation Strategy & Financial Industry Whitepapers

As reported by Bank Director’s VP of Research, Emily McCormick, “Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, banks have relied on their employees to counsel customers and process billions of dollars of Paycheck Protection Program loans — not to mention working behind the scenes as they adapt to a virtual work environment. The crisis reinforces the old adage…

LINQS+, a proven strategy since 2011, continues to be the most efficient and cost effective methodology to recruit and retain top talent. Companies are able to deliver lifetime benefits to participants with a fixed expense that can be up to 45% less when compared to traditional plan designs. This simple, turnkey solution continues to be…

As new generations of American workers plan for their future retirement, there is an increasing focus on fixed income solutions that provide a combination of enhanced financial stability and guaranteed, lifetime income. That trend recently gained validation when The SECURE Act became law January 1, 2020. The legislation, passed by Congress and signed into law…

Bank boards today are largely comprised of male baby boomers, and bank boards and leadership teams face a generational shift as boomers increasingly exit the workforce. With this change, it’s become even more important that directors focus an appropriate level of attention on executive succession planning — perhaps the board’s most important responsibility. Download the article to learn more…

Bank Director’s 2018 Compensation Survey incorporates data from 200 independent directors, senior executives, and board members of U.S. banks. The results examine the talent challenges faced by the banking industry and how much CEOs, directors, and chairmen were compensated in the 2017 fiscal year. Other findings include: 68% of banks expect to actively recruit commercial…

Richard W. Malone, COO of Compensation Advisors, contributed an article to Bank Director about starting early on CEO succession planning. In the article, he references the results of the Bank Director 2017 Compensation Survey and discusses the importance of maintaining a succession plan for organizational health and stakeholder satisfaction. Malone lays out three key planning processes: Anticipating Emergency Situations…

Bank Director’s 2017 Compensation Survey, sponsored by Compensation Advisors, reveals trends impacting the banking industry, but looking at the report may leave you wondering what the results mean for your bank. Compensation Advisors’ Flynt Gallagher, President and JR Llewellyn, Senior Vice President are here to help you make sense of the findings. In this whitepaper,…

Bank Director’s 2017 Compensation Survey, sponsored by Compensation Advisors, features data from 286 independent directors and senior executives of American banks. Information was also collected from the proxy statements of 108 publicly traded banks. The results of the survey shed light on current compensation trends that are impacting the banking industry. Some of the key…

Bank Director surveyed bank directors and executives to uncover information about compensation trends in the 2017 Compensation Survey, sponsored by Compensation Advisors for the third year in a row. View the key results in this infographic!