Policy and Regulation

Regulatory Briefing: US SEC’s rules on pay and voluntary ESG disclosures

The US Securities and Exchange Commission has finally introduced rules requiring companies to disclose how top management’s pay relates to corporate performance over several years. If they choose to, firms may include non-financial measures such as environmental, social and governance goals in their assessments of top executives. 

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