Pearl Meyer's summary of the hedging policy disclosure requirements.
This NASPP alert provides a high-level summary of the SEC's hedging policy disclosure rule.
This client alert by Goodwin summarizes the SEC's hedging policy disclosure rule, which was adopted as required under the Dodd-Frank Act.
The SEC has adopted a rule requiring public companies to disclose the hedging policies they have in place for executives, all other employees, and directors.
In somewhat of a surprise announcement, last week the SEC proposed rules to implement the requirement under the Dodd-Frank Act that companies disclose their policies with respect to hedging by employees and directors.
Kick off the new year "in the know"!
Kick off the new year in the know!
How the New Administration Seeks to Change the Rules
SEC rule requiring public companies to describe policies they have adopted regarding the ability of employees (including officers) or directors to purchase financial instruments, or otherwise engage in transactions, that hedge or offset any decrease in the market value of equity securities granted as compensation or held directly or indirectly by the employee or director
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