Tune in tomorrow for the CompensationStandards.com webcast – “Clawbacks: What Now After the SEC’s Proposal” – to hear Compensia’s Mark Borges, Semler Brossy’s Blair Jones and Morrison & Foerster’s Dave Lynn discuss the SEC’s latest proposal…
P4P & Hedging Proposals: Comment Letters Submitted to the SEC
With the July 6th deadline behind us, roughly 60 comment letters have been submitted to the SEC on its pay-for-performance proposal. The commentators are from all walks of our community, including investors, issuers, comp consultants, law firms and others (like this one from the Aspen Institute, a broad-based nonpartisan group).
Meanwhile, the SEC’s hedging & pledging proposal drew about 20 comment letters.
Senate Panel Mulls Changes in Rules on Nonqualified Deferred Compensation
Here’s news from this Towers Watson blog; here’s the intro:
As part of a series of hearings on tax reform, the Senate Finance Committee recently held a hearing on the issue of fairness in the tax code. In connection with the hearing, the committee’s ranking Democrat, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), released a report on tax avoidance strategies that outlines possible recommendations for reforming nonqualified deferred compensation (NQDC) as part of an expected tax reform proposal. In his opening statement, Sen. Wyden noted that the report is intended to “shed some light on some of the most egregious tax loopholes around.”
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