What The SEC’s Proposal On Pay For Performance Means For Companies Going Forward

Finally, after five years of waiting, the SEC issued new rules a few weeks ago on the link between pay and performance disclosure. The rules, which are in accordance with Section 953(a) of Dodd Frank, will require companies to disclose the relationship between compensation “actually” paid to executives and the financial performance of the company measured by total shareholder return (TSR).  My colleagues at Farient and I took a closer look at the SEC’s  pending pay for performance rule to determine whether these rules are reasonable and what they’ll mean for companies going forward.

from Forbes – Business http://ift.tt/1ebDLCD
via Abogado Aly Business Consulting

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