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SEC passes CEO Pay Ratio Rule on 3-2 partisan vote

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CEO Pay Ratio Rule Requirements. For a summary of the requirements of the rule, please see our prior client alert, "SEC Issues Final CEO Pay Ratio Rule." Note that since the date we published that client alert, the SEC in October 2016 released guidance on the rule. Among other things, the CDIs provide additional clarity regarding when.

SEC Adopts CEO Pay Ratio Rule New Rule Will Not Be Effective Until 2018 Proxy Season SUMMARY On Wednesday, the SEC published the text of its final rule, adopted that morning by a three-to-two vote, that U.S. public companies disclose: the median of the annual total compensation of all employees of the issuer, except the issuer’s CEO;

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At 3-2. CEO’s pay and that of a median employee should be very simple. Wednesday’s vote on the rule proposal now kicks of a 60-day public comment period, though the issue has already received.

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Although the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was passed by Congress five years ago, the Securities and Exchange Commission just yesterday passed a rule that formalized one of its provisions: a rule that requires public corporations to reveal the ratio of CEO pay to the pay of median workers in the company. It has been.

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The SEC took an important step this month in fulfilling its obligations to pass executive compensation rules under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The agency approved by a 3-2 vote a final rule mandating corporate disclosure of the ratio of the CEO’s annual pay compared to that of the median employee.

governance on which shareholders now have an advisory vote. A number of commenters noted that the pay ratio disclosure will be important to them as they exercise their say-o n-pay votes. – SEC Chair Mary Jo White during the Aug. 5, 2015, vote approving the fi nal rulemaking While it is possible the CEO pay ratio rule will either