The Regulators of Wall Street Want to Hear From You
Tell Them to End Outrageous Wall Street Pay Practices by Tying Pay to Creating Long-Term Value, Not Short-Term Risk
Too often, sky-high Wall Street payouts and bonuses are incentives for the bankers to engage in the same risky behavior that collapsed our economy in 2008.
That’s all about to change, thanks to the Wall Street Reform bill that passed last year. Right now, federal agencies are figuring out the best ways to implement the law – and they want to hear from people like you.
Specifically, agencies are seeking comments about section 956 of the bill – that’s the section about Wall Street pay practices.
The comment period for section 956 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act ended on May 31, but there's still plenty more to be done.
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