Proxy season is in full swing, with plenty of local executive compensation disclosures. Plus Genworth gets yet another deadline extension for its deal with a Chinese conglomerate, and a local bank adds two executives.
A local CFO retires and his replacement is on the way, a bank changes accounting firms, and proxy season begins as companies disclose executive pay packages from 2017.
Genworth lands a loan from the company set to acquire it, and several yearend shareholders meetings are announced in this week’s roundup.
Dominion retains investment banks for a proposed future sale, a former Xenith execs joins another area bank, and several annual reports arrive in this week’s roundup.
Dominion files its annual report, Brink’s adjusts its CEO’s incentive package, and Genworth reports a board member’s death in this week’s roundup.
An Altria director and former Virginia governor plans to step down from the board, C&F declares a cash dividend, and other disclosures in this week’s roundup.
A local bank hires its first-ever Hampton Roads market head, a CFO announces plans to retire, and Markel’s chief sells a few hundred shares in this week’s roundup.
Earnings season is in full bloom, with numbers from Markel, Universal Corp., Performance Food Group, Brink’s and more. And Genworth offers another update on its drawn-out deal to be acquired by a Chinese company.
Local bank earnings show near-term negative effects from the federal tax bill, a CarMax exec receives $1.4 million in stock options, and Dominion files its final earnings report for 2017.
Two large shareholders sell off their stake in a local bank to the tune of $301 million, and Markel and CarMax execs sell hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of shares.