CEO Compensation: Its Link to Bank Performance

Sigler, Kevin J.; Porterfield, Rebecca
June 2001
American Business Review;Jun2001, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p110
Academic Journal
Examines the link between chief executive officer (CEO) compensation and actual firm financial performance, using data from 31 United States-based publicly traded banks over the period 1988-1997. Significance of the return of assets and revenue variables in explaining the changes in CEO total compensation every year; Components of a competitive compensation package.


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