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Incentive-Based Compensation Arrangements
12 CFR Part 372 RIN 3064–AD86

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Comment Period End: July 22, 2016

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Standard Letters
01. Concerned Consumers - PDF (27 comments)
Submitted By
01. The Cypress Group, The Insurance Coalition, Washington, DC, Bridget Hagan - PDF
02. The Clearing House, Jeremy R. Newell - PDF
03. American Bankers Association, Financial Services Roundtable, The Center for Executive Compensation, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, U.S. Chamber of Commerce - PDF
04. Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness, Washington, DC, Tom Quaadman - PDF
05. Donald Sazama - PDF
06. Council of Institutional Investors, Glenn Davis - PDF
07. University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, Colorado, Sanjai Bhagat - PDF
08. G. Sirot - PDF
09. The Risk Management Association, Philadelphia, PA, Edward J. Jr. - PDF
10. Investment Company Institute, Washington, DC, David W. Blass - PDF
11. Americans for Financial Reform - PDF
12. Meridian Compensation Partners, LLC, Lake Forest, IL, Donald G. Kalfen, Susan C. O’Donnell - PDF
13. The Clearing House Association, L.L.C., Gregory A. Baer - PDF
14. Wells Fargo & Company, Hope A. Hardison - PDF
15. American Bankers Association, Hu A. Benton - PDF
16. Joint Comment (33 organizations) - PDF
17. Center On Executive Compensation, Henry D. Eickelberg - PDF
18. The Cypress Group, The Insurance Coalition, Washington, DC, Bridget Hagan - PDF
19. Financial Services Roundtable (“FSR”), Rich Foster - PDF
20. Better Markets, Washington, DC, Dennis M. Kelleher, Stephen W. Hall, Lev Bagramian - PDF
21. International Bancshares Corporation, Laredo, TX, Imelda Navarro - PDF
22. Occupy the SEC (“OSEC”), Akshat Tewary, Neil Taylor, Josh Snodgrass, et al. - PDF
23. Robert E. Rutkowski - PDF
24. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (“AFSCME”), Washington, DC, John Keenan - PDF
25. Treasurer of the State of Connecticut, Hartford, CT, Denise L. Nappier - PDF
26. BB&T Corporation, Capital One Financial Corporation, PNC Financial Services Group, U.S. Bancorp - PDF
27. Institute for Policy Studies, Washington, DC, Sarah Anderson - PDF
28. Public Citizen, Washington, DC - PDF
29. Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (“SIFMA”), Kenneth E. Bentsen, Jr. - PDF
30. American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (“AFL-CIO”), Washington, DC, Heather Slavkin Corzo - PDF
31. American Express, New York, NY, L. Kevin Cox - PDF
32. Institute of International Bankers, New York, NY, Sarah A. Miller - PDF
33. Independent Community Bankers of America (“ICBA”), Washington, DC, Christopher Cole - PDF
34. American Bankers Association, Center on Executive Compensation, Financial Services Roundtable, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, The Clearing House, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce - PDF
35. Mercer, New York, NY, Gregg H. Passin, Vicki Elliott - PDF
36. Hermes Investment Management, London, UK, Darren Brady - PDF
37. U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness (“CCMC”), Washington, DC, Tom Quaadman - PDF
38. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, Mark R. Thresher - PDF
39. American Bankers Insurance Association (“ABIA”), Sarah Ferman - PDF
40. USB Group AG, Tom Naratil, Michael Crowl - PDF
41. Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company, David A. Diamond - PDF
42. Aon Hewitt McLagan, Stamford, CT, Mark Behnke - PDF
43. Community Bankers Association of Illinois, Springfield, IL, David G. Schroeder - PDF
44. McGuireWoods LLP, Taylor Wedge French, Rosemary Becchi - PDF
45. Glass Lewis, San Francisco, CA, Robert McCormick, Kern McPherson, Julian Hamud, Daniel J. Smith - PDF
46. Business Roundtable, Washington, DC, John Hayes - PDF
47. National Association of Federal Credit Unions, Arlington, VA, B. Dan Berger - PDF
48. The Loan Syndications and Trading Association, New York, NY, Bram Smith - PDF
49. U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Financial Services – Ten Members - PDF
50. U.S. Senators: Letter from 15 members of the U.S. Senate – PDF
51. National Financial Services LLC, Karen M. Crupi – PDF
52. SIFMA, Kenneth E. Bensten, Jr. – PDF
53. Governing for Impact and 4 other organizations – PDF
54. Governing for Impact, Will Dobbs-Allsopp – PDF
Staff Disclosures
01. Meeting with BB&T Corporation - PDF
02. Meeting with Americans for Financial Reform, Public Citizen, and AFL-CIO - PDF
03. Meeting with Center on Executive Compensation - PDF
04. Meeting with Fidelity Investments - PDF
05. Meeting with Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association - PDF
06. Meeting with Better Markets - PDF
07. Meeting with McGuire Woods - PDF
08. Meeting with Zions Bank - PDF
09. Meeting with Regulatory Fundamentals Group LLC - PDF
10. Meeting with American Investment Council and Debevoise & Plimpton LLP - PDF
11. Meeting with Financial Services Roundtable - PDF
12. Meeting with Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association - PDF
13. Meeting with Sanjai Bhagat - PDF
14. Meeting with The Clearing House and Sullivan and Cromwell LLP - PDF
15. Meeting with Representatives from Communications Workers of America - PDF
16. Meeting with Representatives from Public Citizen and AFL-CIO - PDF