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US regulators mulling bid to limit bonuses for Wall Street execs: Report

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Apr 20, 2024 12:06 AM IST

Executive pay on Wall Street has long been a hot-button issue, with critics pushing for restrictions and arguing for more stringent clawback provisions.

US banking regulators are planning to revive a proposal that would require big banks to defer executive compensation and claw back more of their bonuses if losses pile up, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.

The Federal Reserve is not involved in drafting the proposal, the report said. (AFP)
The Federal Reserve is not involved in drafting the proposal, the report said. (AFP)

Six agencies, including the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp (FDIC) and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), are involved in developing the plan, the report said, adding that the measure could be proposed in the coming days.

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The Federal Reserve is not involved in drafting the proposal, the report said.

Executive pay on Wall Street has long been a hot-button issue, with critics pushing for restrictions and arguing for more stringent clawback provisions.

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