The SEC has reopened the comment period on 2015 proposed rules under the Dodd-Frank Act (Act) requiring disclosure of information that reflects the relationship between the actual executive compensation paid by a company and the company's financial performance. The SEC is assessing whether additional performance measures might better reflect the Congressional objectives detailed in the Act. This is especially significant considering the value of and the need for dispensing information regarding executive compensation to investors. Should the proposed rule be adopted, it would improve the quality of executive compensation disclosure practices and provide shareholders with information needed to evaluate a company’s executive compensation policies.
Monday, February 21. 2022
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