CEO Pay Ratio Rule Rankles Both Sides of Heated Debate
The final rule for the Dodd-Frank-mandated disclosure disappoints its opponents and some proponents alike.
Fed Adopts Final Capital Buffer Rule for Banks
Central bank sees the Dodd-Frank mandate as a way for banks to "bear the costs that a failure would impose on others."
BEPS Tax Storm Is Coming This Year
BEPS, the OECD's Base Erosion and Profit Shifting plan, lays out actions designed to realign current tax policy with the realities of the global economy.
Dodd-Frank’s Next Act: Executive Pay
The SEC’s proposed disclosure rules have drawn criticism from proponents and opponents alike.
Dodd-Frank Creates More Threats than It Eliminates
How many of its myriad provisions are really worth replacing flexible supervision of banks with rigid regulation?
Smaller Banks Are Dodd-Frank Losers
The regulations coming out of the law are driving community banks to consolidate and making them less profitable.
Special Report: Dodd-Frank at 5 Years
With regulations now being written for executive compensation disclosure, the sweeping financial reform law remains as controversial as ever.
Bank Regulation: Too Small to Torture
The Federal Reserve contemplates a sliding scale of bureaucracy for banks.
Court Decision Makes a Mess of Conflict-Minerals Rule
A federal appeals court strikes down a key disclosure requirement, calling into question the rule's purpose.
SEC Goes to Bat for Whistleblowers
The Securities and Exchange Commission says whistleblowers who report internally are protected against employee retaliation.
Can Financial Regulation Make You Too Risk-Averse About People?
The growing fear of risk can lead to human-capital mistakes, but you can take a systematic approach to managing human-capital risk.