April 28, 2016 Executive Compensation Executive & Director Pay Design Articles

U.S. financial regulators have recently re-proposed rules for Section 956 of the Dodd-Frank Act that would apply to incentive-based compensation at certain financial institutions.

In addition to the rules that would apply to all with $1 billion or more, under the proposed rules, financial institutions with $50 billion or more in total consolidated assets would be required to subject incentive-based compensation for certain executives and significant risk-takers to: deferral of payment, risk of downward adjustment and forfeiture, and clawback.

Semler Brossy has prepared an overview of the proposed rules and regulations.

View the full article as it was originally published.

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