FDIC: Banks with riskier pay plans should pay higher premiums

Author: Jamie Coleman | Category: News

Author: Jamie Coleman

The FDIC has sort of an interesting plan to tie the pay structures of banks to the fees they pay for deposit insurance.

The riskier the pay plan, the more the bank pays for deposit insurance. Seems like a fairly logical solution.

Restricted stock with multi-year vesting and clawbacks are the FDIC’s favored pay structure.

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