Top CFOs’ Pay Rises 18.7% to $3.4M Since 2011
An Equilar survey finds CFO pay growth at S&P 500 firms outpacing that of CEOs and performance-based equity gaining prominence.
Treasury Chief Lauds Dodd-Frank
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew says Dodd-Frank Act helped the nation weather Brexit and other shocks to the system.
Largest U.S. Banks Pass Latest Stress Tests
The banks' projected capital cushions in the event of a severe recession all exceeded the Fed's minimum requirements.
Suit Against Oracle Spotlights Cloud Accounting
The whistleblower lawsuit by a former senior finance manager marks the latest criticism of how technology vendors are reporting cloud-related revenues.
Regulators Propose New Rule on Executive Pay
The National Credit Union Administration wants to reduce risk-taking but credit unions say the rule would give the agency too much power.
Judge Strips MetLife of ‘Too Big to Fail’ Label
MetLife's victory in a legal battle with regulators could encourage other institutions to challenge the "systemically important" designation.
How a President Trump Might Treat Wall Street and the SEC
It's difficult to predict what "President Trump" would do, given his always-shifting rhetoric, but his past statements and business record offer some hints.
Does the CEO Pay Ratio Rule Have Merit?
Three very interested observers of the executive compensation arena offer three distinctly different viewpoints on the latest major Dodd-Frank development.
Pay Ratio Rule Gives Shareholders Better Exec Comp Info
High CEO pay relative to other employees can erode morale, productivity, and loyalty, and thus the bottom line, says an AFL-CIO offical.
Whistleblower Showdown Heads to Supreme Court
The case turns on whether Dodd-Frank protections should apply when a whistleblower reports activity only to a company's compliance function and not the SEC.
Key Financial Oversight Jobs Remain Unfilled
About a dozen key spots are vacant at the SEC and other regulatory agencies amid nominee gridlock in Congress.