Fed proposes rule tying executive compensation to risk

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NEW YORK, Oct. 9 (Thomson Reuters Accelus) – The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed. risk causing financial institutions to suffer material loss. So far, SEC has adopted final.

The Federal Reserve Board seeks input on a proposed rule that could limit incentive-based executive compensation based on risk-taking behavior by banks. The move stems from the Dodd-Frank Act and comments are due July 22.

SUMMARY: The Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight ("OFHEO") solicits comments on this proposal to adopt a regulation to clarify the procedures OFHEO employs in overseeing compensation provided by the Federal National Mortgage Association and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (collectively, "the Enterprises") to their executive officers. The proposed regulation would largely formalize processes currently used by OFHEO in performing its executive compensation.

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Reserve proposed new rules on Tuesday to restrain risk-taking by the largest U.S. banks. cash on hand it will hurt lending and the economic recovery. Executives,

The proposed rule would require clawback provisions that, at a minimum, allow the covered institution to recover incentive-based compensation from a current or former senior executive officer or significant risk-taker for seven years following the date on which such compensation vests, if the covered institution determines that the senior.

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However, big business, and in particular the biggest banks, slammed the brakes on reforms that threatened to separate senior executives from their money that critics said incentivized excessive risk.

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