Insights

Select Bank Regulators Re-Propose Rules on Incentive Compensation

by Darren Moskovitz and Laura A. Hay on May 14, 2024

Client Alerts

Three of the six federal bank regulators have re-proposed rules on incentive compensation arrangements maintained by financial institutions.

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Comp Program, Process Considerations in a Changing Regulatory Environment

by Daniel Potter and Niki Nolan on December 4, 2023

Thought Leadership

When Silicon Valley Bank failed earlier this year, followed in quick succession by Signature Bank and First Republic Bank, regulators faced tough questions about their effectiveness and their actions to prevent such failures.

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How Boards Can Address Compensation Risk

by Daniel Rodda and Laura A. Hay on October 13, 2023

Thought Leadership

Boards and the compensation committee can improve their understanding and application of risk adjustments to avoid mismatches between incentive rewards and increased levels of risk.

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Reflecting on Initial Learnings from the 2023 Financial Crises

by Darren Moskovitz and Anthony Bailey on April 3, 2023

Thought Leadership

Events over the last few weeks have sent shock waves through our financial services system, resulting in extreme actions intended to sustain investor and consumer confidence.

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A Framework for Incentive Plan Adjustments

by Laura A. Hay and Jinyoon Chung on March 16, 2023

Thought Leadership

Over the last few years, compensation committees have used their discretion more readily to approve adjustments that impact incentive award payouts.

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