CFA Institute recently asked its members to weigh in on the issue of pay disclosure ratios at companies listed with the SEC. (By way of background, the SEC recently voted 3-2 to propose rules on this front.)
Here’s what Matt Orsagh, CFA, CIPM, and a director of capital markets policy at CFA Institute, had to say about the (interesting) results:
The SEC proposal would require companies to disclose CEOs’ total compensation as a multiple of median total worker pay. Total compensation would include salary, bonus, stock-and-option awards, long-term incentive pay, and change in pension value.
In an informal … Continue reading