Fed proposes rule tying executive compensation to risk

Home Business Fed Issues Proposed Executive Pay. that compensation packages appropriately tie rewards to longer-term performance and do not create undue risk for the firm or the financial.

The final rule. proposed rule that came out in April 2015. These firms also have the infrastructure and resources to comply with the rule, and they have been moving over the past decade toward a.

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.

The proposed rule does not change the application of other compensation requirements found elsewhere in federal law, including the banking regulators’ safety and soundness standards, the OCC’s heightened standards or SEC rules regarding disclosure of executive compensation.

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The proposed rule would require clawback provisions that, at a minimum, allow the covered institution to recover incentive-based compensation from a current or former senior executive officer or significant risk-taker for seven years following the date on which such compensation vests, if the covered institution determines that the senior.

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Leverage: For Level 1 and Level 2 covered institutions, the maximum earned incentive for senior executive officers is limited to 125% of the target amount for that incentive-based compensation and for significant risk-takers is limited to 150% of target. The proposed rule does not limit the absolute size of potential targets.