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SEC Reduces Thresholds for Smaller Reporting Company Definition and Requires Mandatory Use of Inline XBRL

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Executive Compensation, Public Companies and Securities The SEC has long recognized that smaller issuers should be subject to somewhat less stringent disclosure standards than larger companies. The SEC has referred to this as “scaled disclosure” and has embodied the idea in a series of rules for smaller reporting companies, or SRCs.  The SEC has adopted final rules to expand the availability […] Read more →

by , and   |   June 29, 2018

SEC Commissioner Believes Rule 10b-18 should not be Available if Executives are Selling

Executive Compensation, Public Companies and Securities SEC Commissioner Robert J. Jackson Jr. recently gave his views on stock buybacks.  Much of the speech focused on Rule 10b-18 which is used by public companies when conducting... Read more →

by   |   June 11, 2018

SEC Issues FAQs on Compensation Plan Proposals Included in Proxy Statements

Employment, Executive Compensation, Public Companies and Securities The SEC has issued a series of frequently asked questions, which in SEC speak are referred to as Compliance and Disclosures Interpretations (or C&DIs for short), on proxy... Read more →

by   |   May 11, 2018

Advocacy Group Requests SEC to Investigate Irregularities in Pay Ratios

Executive Compensation, Public Companies and Securities An advocacy group, Public Citizen, has requested the SEC to investigate irregularities and inconsistencies in pay ratios reported by public companies. According to the group’s... Read more →

by   |   March 29, 2018