It’s strange enough that the proposal for financial institutions to limit incentive pay remains unimplemented 14 years after Section 956 of Dodd-Frank mandated it, but it’s perhaps as strange that a group of banking regulators just re-proposed draft rules from 2016 and that the SEC is not among the agencies that re-proposed the rules. Then

Here’s our latest edition of our monthly feature – a quick snapshot of recent developments:

  1. There continue to be developments worth noting related to challenges to the SEC’s climate disclosure rules, including:

    – 31 Congresspeople (30 Republicans and one Democrat) introduced this joint resolution under the Congressional Review Act to try to have the rules

Earlier this month, the PCAOB proposed rules requiring enhanced and standardized disclosure relating to public companies, with the intent of providing investors and other stakeholders with consistent, comparable, and useful information for decision-making purposes. The PCAOB’s proposal would require public reporting—by PCAOB-registered public accounting firms that audit one or more SEC issuers that qualify as

There continues to be developments worth noting related to challenges to the SEC’s climate disclosure rules, including:

  1. 31 Congresspeople (30 Republicans and one Democrat) introduced this joint resolution under the Congressional Review Act to try to have the rules nullified. This is a long-shot because President Biden can veto the resolution even if it passed