Alison Stemler on Required Compensation Risk Analysis, Claw Backs and Mandatory Deferrals

Examines rules that were proposed in 2016 relating to those restrictions and controls on covered financial institutions' incentive compensation arrangements.
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One of the main purposes of the Dodd-Frank Act is to promote financial stability in the US economy. Among the Act's provisions relating to financial institutions are those imposing restrictions and controls on incentive-based compensation for certain officers and directors. This EIA examines rules that were proposed in 2016 relating to those restrictions and controls on covered financial institutions' incentive compensation arrangements.

Alison M. Stemler, J.D. is a Member of the Kentucky Bar.

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