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The SEC Releases a Timetable for Dodd-Frank Rulemaking

Friday, September 24, 2010

The SEC has released a timetable of its upcoming rulemaking efforts to implement provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act. Between October and December, the SEC will issue proposed rules on the following: shareholder “say on pay” votes on executive compensation, disclosure by investment advisers of votes on compensation matters,  new listing standards regarding compensation committee independence and factors affecting compensation adviser independence, and disclosure of consultant conflicts.

Between April and July 2011 the SEC will adress: the disclosure of pay-for-performance, pay ratios, and stock hedging by employees and directors, the recovery of erroneously awarded compensation and rules that define “other significant matters”.

Click here to see the full timetable:   SEC Releases a Timetable for Dodd-Frank Rulemaking