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    1. 15 Highest-Paid CEOs in Financial Services: 2021

      15 Highest-Paid CEOs in Financial Services: 2021

      Pandemic? What pandemic? When it comes to executive compensation awards, increases continued in fiscal year 2020 as if the pandemic were not besieging the country, according to the 14th edition of the Equilar 200, published in partnership with The New York Times. The report analyzes CEO pay among U.S. public companies with revenues of more than $1 billion...

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    2. SEC Poised to Bless Nasdaq Plan to Spur Diverse Corporate Boards

      SEC Poised to Bless Nasdaq Plan to Spur Diverse Corporate Boards

      The Securities and Exchange Commission is expected to give initial, and potentially binding, approval of the proposal by Aug. 8. - The plan directs listed companies to pursue board diversity by having at least one female board member and at least one who identifies as an underrepresented minority or LGBTQ — or explain why they don’t...

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      Mentions: Nasdaq Sale Bloomberg
    3. Ex-Enforcement Chief Suggests Priorities of a Jay Clayton SEC

      Ex-Enforcement Chief Suggests Priorities of a Jay Clayton SEC

      From the April 2017 issue of Investment Advisor • Subscribe! April 3, 2017 Ex-Enforcement Chief Suggests Priorities of a Jay Clayton SEC Robert Khuzami predicts less emphasis on record-setting penalties and first-ever cases, along with closer scrutiny of anti-corruption cases SEC chair nominee Clayton has said the Dodd-Frank Act 'should be looked at.'

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    4. John Bogle: SEC Should ‘Step Up’ and Issue a Fiduciary Rule

      John Bogle: SEC Should ‘Step Up’ and Issue a Fiduciary Rule

      John Bogle: SEC Should ‘Step Up’ and Issue a Fiduciary Rule Bogle said he couldn’t imagine an advisor acting as a fiduciary to clients on retirement and failing to do so on other investment advice John Bogle, founder of Vanguard. The Department of Labor’s fiduciary duty rule “is already changing the dynamics of defined contribution investing and will change the dynamics of IRA investing,” but the Securities and Exchange Commission should have been “the first in line” to issue a fiduciary rule, Vanguard founder John Bogle said Tuesday. Speaking on a panel discussion at the John L. Weinberg ...

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