This morning, I will visiting with Dylan Ratigan & Co. on MSNBC’s Morning Meeting at 10:00 am. We will be discussing executive clawbacks, TARP, and the usual stuff.

Anyway, MSNBC at 9:15 and 9:45/10:00 am



Update: August 18 2009, 11:00am

Video is here . . .

CEO Clawback Provisions in the Bailout? (September 24th, 2008)

Clawing Back at Exec Comp (part II) (December 18th, 2008)

TARP Recipients and their Bonuses (February 5th, 2009)

Clawbacks Coming? (August 17th, 2009)

Widespread Fraud, Option Backdating, Exec Felonies (August 18th, 2009)

Category: Media

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6 Responses to “Media Appearance: MSNBC’s Morning Meeting”

  1. VennData says:

    CEO pay at ’07 levels, driven by uber-leveraged balance sheet funding cannot exist in a deflationary, low-growth environment where excess capacity and value-conscious consumers define the economic terrain.

    Their party is over, clawbacks or not.

  2. flipspiceland says:

    From what I’ve read, more companies are continuing to offer short term “performance” packages to CEOs, whether they actually perform or not, having learned absolutely nothing about this type of pay package.

    Maybe you could get him to ask about what the Corp Boards and Comp committees are doing with such idiotic contracts that continue to penalize shareholders while enriching executive management regardless of the snakes they plant in their corporate gardens.

    When are the boards actually going to represent shareholder interests once again?

  3. Marcus Aurelius says:

    flipspiceland Says:

    When are the boards actually going to represent shareholder interests once again?

    As soon as they are the sole shareholders (once they’ve taken everyone else’s money as compensation for taking everyone else’s money).

  4. clawback says:

    Clawback: one of my favorite topics!

    “bonus foreclosure” — nice phrase, BR.

  5. broker1 says:

    There are legitimate legal sources for the clawbacks. New York’s “fraudulent conveyance” statute and Sarbanes Oxley Act section 304 have been used for such purposes.

  6. V says:

    I think the horse has well and truly bolted with regard to foreclosure of bonuses. Given the highly litigant society it’s probably throwing good money after bad trying to get them now.

    Public shaming and pestering of these people might achieve a better result … ?

    On a side note, Dylan’s shoutfest continues.