Attracting and Retaining Executive Talent with Fair and Reasonable Compensation (Webinar)

Watch Recorded Webinar (Available Below)

DATE: April 28, 2015
TIME: 2:00 - 3:00 PM EST
Business Professionals Shaking HandsExecutive benefit plans are a critical tool in recruiting, rewarding, and retaining your leadership team. A key concept in designing these plans is “fair and reasonable.” As expected, the NCUA has rules regarding fair and reasonable compensation. 
This webinar provides an overview of these rules and how to successfully navigate them to recruit and retain your leadership team. You will also learn the Board’s role in this process.
  • What are the NCUA rules on fair and reasonable compensation?
  • What role does compensation play in recruiting executives?
  • What does a successful compensation arrangement look like for retaining executives?
  • What is the Board’s responsibility in understanding the market?
  • What is the Board’s responsibility in ongoing oversight?

Presented by Burns-Fazzi, Brock and NAFCU Services, this webinar is offered at no cost to the credit union community. 


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Expert Presenters
Chris Burns-Fazzi
Chris Burns-Fazzi, Principal, Burns-Fazzi, Brock
Christine Burns-Fazzi is a Principal with Burns-Fazzi, Brock. She has focused her experience in finance on Executive compensation. She specialized in nonqualified plan design, implementation and administration in both public and closely held corporations, notably in the Banking and Credit Union industries, since 1981. Christine was the Principal of Morehead Consulting as well as Founder and Principal of Burns-Fazzi, Brock.  

Dr. Loretta P. DodgenDr. Loretta P. Dodgen, Managing Partner, HCSGroup
Dr. Loretta P. Dodgen brings more than 25 years of experience building the capacity of organizations and those who serve in leadership positions. Loretta has served as an instructor for the North Carolina Bank Directors College and the National Association of Federal Credit Union’s Management Development Institute at Duke University. She is a regular conference presenter on strategic planning, building organizational capacity and managing the human capital portfolio including compensation trends and challenges. 


Kirk Sherman

Kirk Sherman, Partner, Sherman & Patterson, LTD. 
Kirk Sherman is a partner with Sherman & Patterson, LTD in Minnesota. He specializes in key employee compensation in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, including deferred compensation strategies and insurance-based compensation. Kirk has an undergraduate degree in Economics from Brigham Young University and a juris doctorate from the University of Virginia.



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