The Securities and Exchange Commission voted unanimously to propose a number of changes to the disclosure rules for executive pay packages.
In an attempt at greater transparency, the proposal from the five-member panel will require companies to provide tables in annual filings showing the total yearly compensation for their chairman, chief financial officer and the next three highest-paid executives. For the first time, a clear view of the pay packages, including stock options, will have to be provided to the public.
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