Kelly King, CEO of BB&T Corp., the third-biggest bank by deposits in the Charlotte area, is among the lender’s top executives in line for a total of $2.6 million in bonuses connected to its purchase of Pennsylvania lender Susquehanna Bancshares. The bonuses are tied to BB&T replacing Susquehanna’s computer systems with its own.
Kelly King, CEO of BB&T Corp., the third-biggest bank by deposits in the Charlotte area, is among the lender’s top executives in line for a total of $2.6 million in bonuses connected to its purchase of Pennsylvania lender Susquehanna Bancshares. The bonuses are tied to BB&T replacing Susquehanna’s computer systems with its own. Brendan Hoffman Brendan Hoffman
Kelly King, CEO of BB&T Corp., the third-biggest bank by deposits in the Charlotte area, is among the lender’s top executives in line for a total of $2.6 million in bonuses connected to its purchase of Pennsylvania lender Susquehanna Bancshares. The bonuses are tied to BB&T replacing Susquehanna’s computer systems with its own. Brendan Hoffman Brendan Hoffman
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Why BB&T bonuses are creating a stir

July 20, 2015 02:07 PM

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