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Championed by groups like the AFL-CIO, it aims to help investors better gauge the reasonableness of CEO pay. "The SEC’s pay ratio disclosure rule is thoughtful, balanced, and carefully crafted.

SEC.gov | SEC Adopts Rule for Pay Ratio Disclosure – Pay Ratio disclosure. sec open meeting. august 5, 2015. Action. The Securities and Exchange Commission will consider whether to adopt a rule requiring public companies to disclose the ratio of the annual total compensation of the chief executive officer (CEO) to the median of the annual total compensation of the company’s employees.

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"Today, after five years of delays, I am pleased to see the SEC take the final step to clear the way for the CEO-to-Worker Pay Ratio to become a reality. While this common-sense proposal never should’ve fallen victim to controversy, today’s rule is an important step towards fairness and transparency.

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CEO), the annual total compensation of the CEO, and the ratio of the amounts of the median employee total compensation to the CEO total compensation. The SEC proposed rules on September 18, 2013. The comment period runs until December 2, 2013. There have been no efforts to provide this type of disclosure in

While the newly required CEO pay ratio disclosure may seem relatively straightforward to determine, digging into the data – and considering the complexity of factors that influence the numbers.

SEC’s New Rule on CEO Pay Ratio 09/16/2015 On August 5, 2015, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approved by a vote of 3-2 a controversial new rule requiring publicly traded companies to disclose the ratio of the annual pay of the chief executive officer (CEO) to the median annual pay of all of the company’s employees.

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