Pay Provisions May Aid Image Overhaul

Landy, Heather
July 2010
American Banker;7/12/2010, Vol. 175 Issue 105, p1
Trade Publication
The article examines the effects on banks of U.S. legislation relating to executive salaries that is part of an overall financial law expected to pass the Congress in 2010. Many of the provisions affecting salaries have already been adopted voluntarily by many banks in the aftermath of the global financial crisis, or were enacted as a condition of receiving funds from the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP).


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