Tagged: dodd-frank wall street reform & consumer protection act of 2010

Bank of the Ozarks Responds to 'Say on Pay' Vote

by Gwen Moritz 7/21/2014 12:00 am

Say-on-pay votes are not binding in the first place, and the vast majority pass, but say on pay is having an impact even for companies whose compensation packages get voter approval, and a perfect example is in Little Rock: Bank of the Ozarks Inc.

Mortgage Rule Puts Banks On Notice (Erin Brogdon Commentary)

by Erin Brogdon 11/4/2013 12:00 am

The law that just keeps on giving, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform & Consumer Protection Act, created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to draft and implement regulations on banks.

CEO Vs. Worker: New Rule Requires Pay Ratio Disclosure

by Jan Cottingham 10/28/2013 12:00 am

After three years, the Securities & Exchange Commission is finally following through on one of the Dodd-Frank law’s more controversial requirements: It has proposed that public companies disclose how the pay of their CEOs compares to that of their workers.

Study: Proxy Access Rule Improved Shareholder Value Before Court Struck It Down

by Arkansas Business Staff 12/17/2012 8:20 am

The proxy access rule, a federal regulation established after the 2008 financial crisis, improved shareholder value before a federal appeals court struck it down, according to a study by Joanna T. Campbell, a management professor at the University of Arkansas, and her colleagues.

How Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Is Holding Management Accountable

by Jan Cottingham 8/20/2012 12:00 am

The financial crisis of 2008 continues to reverberate throughout boardrooms nationwide as measures to encourage management accountability are implemented.