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FINRA chairman and CEO Richard Ketchum's total take in 2012 was $2.63M, $540,000 less than the previous year. WASHINGTON — Former Financial Industry Regulatory Authority vice chairman Stephen Luparello received $5.34 million of total compensation in 2012 — the highest of any of the ...

... salary survey, the base salaries for the officials of the 21 nonprofit groups in this year's survey ranged from $2.51 million for the fiscal year ending Oct. 31, 2012, for Tim Ryan, president and chief executive officer of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, to $207,083 in 2012 for Bill Daly, ...
“With the election now over, it is vital that we return to the work at hand, namely, the continued implementation of Dodd-Frank and addressing the fiscal cliff,” Tim Ryan, chief executive of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, Wall Street's main lobbying group, said in a statement on ...
Other top-paid CEOs in 2010: Jack Gerard of the American Petroleum Institute earned $6.4 million; Tom Donohue of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce made $4.8 million; Tom Kuhn of the Edison Electric Institute made $4 million; and Tim Ryan of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association ...
Ken Bentsen and Tim Ryan, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association. Both former Wall Street hands, Bentsen and Ryan have kept themselves occupied with the implementation of the Volcker Rule and other Dodd-Frank regulations. Dan Berger and Brad Thaler, National Association of Federal ...
Tim Ryan, Ken Bentsen, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association. Ryan and Bentsen are at the top of the main securities trade association as it seeks to influence scores of new regulations. Aubrey Sarvis, Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN). As SLDN's executive director, Sarvis ...
The Golden Throne Award salutes the lobbyists and spinmeisters who have managed to hold off meaningful financial services reform since the Wall Street meltdown. The award is being presented to SIFMA as the largest lobbying conference for the securities industry gets underway in Washington, D.C. this ...
"Selling these assets should improve the financial strength and the value of banks, which should free up the banks' ability to lend to consumers and small and large businesses at more normalized levels," said Tim Ryan, president of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, which ...


 

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