regional & community banking Articles

Credit Union Director Compensation: From Taboo to Typical

Are you thinking about providing director compensation at your credit union? This article discusses the pros and cons of this trending topic, and how your credit union should approach its board compensation philosophy.

As Pay Ratio Enters Its Third Year, Here’s What We Know So Far

To date, no company has won or lost vote support as a result of their pay ratio disclosures. With proxy advisory firms remaining silent on this issue so far, we don’t expect that to change.

Preparing for the 2020 Proxy Season and a Look Back at 2019 Say-on-Pay Voting in the U.S.

Issuers that received declining say-on-pay support and/or triggered a Board Responsiveness Policy from a proxy advisory firm will need to take a multi-step approach for 2020 planning.

ISS Releases Draft Policy Updates for 2020; Executive Compensation is Notably Absent

ISS is proposing changes to its U.S. policies on problematic governance structures, independent board chair proposals and share buybacks. Here’s a summary of potential implications for U.S.-listed companies.

Bank Compensation Trends: You Have Questions, We Have Answers

With year-end planning in full swing, it’s important to take a step back and reflect on past, current, and future compensation trends to ensure your firm is set up for a successful year ahead.

The Spotlight: Katrina Gerenz, Associate Partner, Regional and Community Banking

Katrina Gerenz is an associate partner within McLagan’s banking consulting practice, serving as an advisor to boards of directors and executives on director, executive, and staff compensation. With over 20 years of experience, Katrina designs compensation programs that reflect each client’s strategic objectives, pay philosophy, and culture. She partners with banks and credit unions to provide insights on industry trends and advises firms on incentive design, proxy disclosure, as well as regulatory compliance and risk assessment.


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