Fed proposes rule tying executive compensation to risk

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Six federal agencies are inviting public comment on a proposed rule to prohibit incentive-based compensation arrangements that encourage inappropriate risks at covered financial institutions. The deadline for comments on the proposed rule, which was submitted for publication in the Federal Register, is July 22, 2016.

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 · Do regulators still need to issue an exec comp rule?. “My sense is the proposed executive compensation rule is in deep, deep hibernation,” said Margaret Tahyar, a partner at Davis Polk. “It’s extremely challenging, verging on the impossible, to force a regulator to act.”. ‘The risk isn’t in the banks’: Fed’s Powell on leveraged.

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Federal Reserve issues proposed guidance on incentive compensation. With that in mind, the Federal Reserve’s guidance and supervisory reviews cover all employees who have the ability to materially affect the risk profile of an organization, either individually, or as part of a group.

The proposed rule also raised the threshold for “highly compensated workers,” who face more lenient requirements for being exempt from overtime, from $100,000 to $147,414 – nearly a $50,000 jump from the 2004 rule and approximately a $13,000 increase over the amount proposed.

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The Federal Reserve is crafting terms for an additional. A preliminary vote count showed shareholders approved all 13 directors, as well as executive compensation and a proposal to hold an annual.

On the board’s agenda | US 3 Pay mix (e.g. fixed compensation vs. "at-risk" compensation): The mix of pay can vary among employee groups, and compensation committees should ask their management teams to confirm how pay mix links pay to performance and if the "at-risk" portion of pay is appropriate for each employee group. For example,

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