The Trouble With Incentive Compensation

Incentive compensation in many organizations has evolved over recent years.

What started with the intent to increase the alignment of top management with shareholder ...

Allianz’s Pimco Plans For More Democratic Future

When Bill Gross eventually retires as chief investment officer of California-based asset manager Pimco, his "Bond King" crown will go with him. Allianz, the German insurer which owns Pimco, wants to ...

Allstate Makes Two Changes on its Board

Allstate Corp. has made two noteworthy changes to its board of directors. The company, which is the largest publicly-held U.S. home and auto insurer, named 71-year-old F. Duane Ackerman as its lead ...
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Arch Capital Group Appoints Two New Board Members

Arch Capital Group Ltd. announced Monday that it has appointed Louis J. Paglia and Eugene S. Sunshine to the board of directors. Paglia in 2010 founded Customer Choice LLC, a data analytics company ...

Andrew Carrier Jumps from Argo to Everest Re

Bermuda holding company Everest Re Group Ltd. is bringing on Andrew Carrier as the new president of Everest Advisors, U.K. and general manager of European Operations. Carrier was most recently chief ...
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AIG’s Hancock to Get $11.8M Pay Package as CEO

American International Group Inc.’s Peter Hancock will get a compensation package of $11.8 million a year as the insurer’s new chief executive officer. The short-term incentive will be $3.2 ...