SEC should force firms to expand disclosure on pay, Rep. Frank says

02/2/2010 | Bloomberg

Rep. Barney Frank said the Securities and Exchange Commission should require companies to disclose the pay of their highest-paid employees. "They can do that without us. There's no point in legislating," Frank said. The SEC requires disclosure of compensation for CEOs, chief financial officers and a few other highly paid executives. The SEC "should expand the disclosure," Frank said.

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