Act Challenges Executive Compensation

The Dodd-Frank Act requires companies subject to the Securities and Exchange Commission’s proxy rules to hold advisory votes on executive compensation. In several prior posts, I’ve written about some of the specific issues and questions involved. In this video blog, I take a step back and speak more generally about the challenges that companies face in implementing the Dodd-Frank Act’s Say-on-Pay requriements.

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