Pay-Versus-Performance: SEC's Proposed Rules

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On April 29, the SEC proposed rules that would require most publicly traded companies to describe in detail the relationship between their financial performance and executive compensation actually paid.

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The rules, which were designed to comply with the Dodd-Frank Act, would require securities issuers to use a new table for disclosure of:

- Executive compensation actually paid to the principal executive officer, as well as the average compensation paid to other “named executive officers,” with specified adjustments for pension benefits and equity awards.

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