A Bank of America shareholder wants its top executives to have a portion of their annual pay deferred to cover future legal fines, a proposal a regulator says the Charlotte-based bank can’t block investors from voting on this spring.
A Bank of America shareholder wants its top executives to have a portion of their annual pay deferred to cover future legal fines, a proposal a regulator says the Charlotte-based bank can’t block investors from voting on this spring. Justin Sullivan Justin Sullivan - Getty Images
A Bank of America shareholder wants its top executives to have a portion of their annual pay deferred to cover future legal fines, a proposal a regulator says the Charlotte-based bank can’t block investors from voting on this spring. Justin Sullivan Justin Sullivan - Getty Images
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BofA shareholders to vote on deferring executive pay for legal fines

February 10, 2016 08:36 AM

UPDATED February 11, 2016 06:53 AM

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