The SEC Renews Focus on Dodd-Frank Executive Compensation Issues

Meghan Day
It has been many years since certain Dodd-Frank executive compensation statutes were pushed aside and never finalized. Now, with the new Biden administration and changes in SEC leadership, those executive compensation statutes (regarding clawbacks and certain executive compensation disclosures) could potentially have implementation target dates in the near future.

In this episode, Bob Romanchek, Partner & Senior Consultant for Meridian Compensation Partners, shares insights on how boards and compensation committees should be preparing for the possibility that these Dodd-Frank statutes will be finalized.

  • What top issues should boards and compensation committees be looking out for?
  • What does this mean for compensation committees, especially those that implemented a claw back process already?

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