Executive Compensation Under Dodd-Frank: an Update

The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation 2014-04-17

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Editor's Note: Joseph Bachelder is special counsel in the Tax, Employee Benefits & Private Clients practice group at McCarter & English, LLP. This post is based on an article by Mr. Bachelder, with assistance from Andy Tsang, which first appeared in the New York Law Journal.

The Dodd-Frank law took effect July 21, 2010. [1] Subtitle E of Title IX of Dodd-Frank addresses "Accountability and Executive Compensation" (§§951-957). Since the enactment of the act, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has adopted final rules as to two of the provisions, proposed rules as to two others and has not yet proposed (but has announced it will be proposing) rules as to another three provisions. This post summarizes the current status of regulation projects under Dodd-Frank Sections 951 through 957.

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Authors:

Joseph E. Bachelder III, McCarter & English, LLP,

Date tagged:

04/17/2014, 15:40

Date published:

04/17/2014, 09:07