N.Y. official's call for bank disclosure turned down by SEC

02/25/2014 | Centre Daily Times (State College, Pa.)

A plan to require banks to disclose to shareholders any employee-incentive packages that might lead to improper risk-taking was turned down by the Securities and Exchange Commission. New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, the trustee of that state's pension funds, called for the SEC to reconsider its decision.

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