Dodd-Frank Handbook: How to Prepare Your Company for the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.pdf

Dodd-Frank Handbook: How to Prepare Your Company for the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.pdf
 

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Dodd-Frank Handbook: How to Prepare Your Company for the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act contains must-have information for directors, senior executives, and managers who need to learn about how the Dodd-Frank Act will affect their companies' corporate governance, operating practices, executive compensation, and regulatory disclosure processes and procedures. The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 was one of the most extensive pieces of reform legislation in the history of the United States, coming in at more than 2,300 pages in length. It restructured the financial regulatory regime, and it mandated hundreds of new regulations, guidance documents, and reports. Just as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 was a response to the accounting scandals of the late 1990s and early 2000s, the Dodd-Frank Act was a reaction to the financial crisis of 2007-2009. The book cuts through the thicket of regulation and focuses on the new rules that will have a profound impact on board members and senior managers of publicly held companies and those in the financial industry. It includes how-to advice and templates for specific disclosures regarding such issues as executive compensation and the whistle blower bounty program, and it includes a timeline and schedule of regulations emanating from the SEC and other regulatory bodies. It also details the various consumer and investor protections that will change how financial firms market products and operate. In short, The Dodd-Frank Handbook is a hands-on publication that all directors, corporate secretaries, and senior managers can consult to adapt to the Dodd-Frank regulations. Best of all, it is written in plain English and not complicated legalese. * Guides readers through the major sections of the 2,300-page Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act that affect businesses operating in the U.S. * Explains new regulations that board members and executives must know * Covers new regulations that organizations in the financial services industry must follow What you'll learnYou will learn the following: * How to prepare a Say on Pay, Say When on Pay, Say on Golden Parachutes advisory vote proposal * How new regulations designed to protect investors and consumers affect banks, brokerages, and other financial services companies * How regulations designed to reduce systemic financial risk and end "too big to fail" bailouts impact your organization * The proper disclosures for board leadership structure and the proper clawback language for executive compensation plans * How your whistle blower program should be devised so it is in sync with the new SEC program * Which regulations have been approved and which ones may be held up due to legal challenges or delayed funding Who this book is for Dodd-Frank Handbook: How to Prepare Your Company for the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is written for all stakeholders in the corporate governance space, whether it's the board, those in the C-level suite, corporate secretaries, or major shareholders. It's also for senior executives and managers in the financial services industry who must adhere to new regulations regarding operating procedures and consumer and investor protections. Finally, for all those who have an interest in this topic, it is a quick look at the impact of this legislation.

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