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Addressing Compensation Issues In M&A

As seen in the 1st Quarter 2018 issue of Bank Director

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Consolidation in the banking industry continues, with more than 200 bank mergers in 2017. Whether your institution is a potential buyer or seller, there are several compensation matters that will need to be addressed proactively. Change-in-Control (CIC) Protections CIC arrangements…

Rewarding Executives for Successful Bank M&A

Aligning rewards with value enhancement will help shareholders understand the rationale behind them.

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This article originally appeared on BankDirector.com. Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) can create significant value for shareholders. Accordingly, bank executives should be rewarded when completing and integrating successful transactions. However, in today’s environment of heightened executive pay scrutiny, some approaches to…

Using Adjusted Financial Data in Incentive Plans

The key to a successful incentive design is selecting the right metrics – ideally metrics that drive shareholder value and ones that executives understand and control.

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As we move into the fall, many companies and their compensation committees will be taking a closer look at current incentive plans, ensuring they still meet company needs and properly align pay and performance. The key to a successful incentive…

Golden Parachutes

Discussion of the Structures Boards Can Use for Executive Severance Payments

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Golden parachutes aren’t going away. In this discussion with NACD Directorship’s Steve Kalan, Meridian Compensation Partner’s Donald Kalfen explains the use of severance packages and how they can be controversial.