At a speech yesterday in Washington, Feinberg said he planned to disclose the pay for the top 25 employees at Wall Street firms within the next 30 days, according to a research note by Jaret Seiberg, of Concept Capital. Seiberg saw Feinberg’s talk.
But it is not clear if names would be redacted from that disclosure, with perhaps only titles and salaries revealed.
Feinberg is charged with examining pay packages at companies that received government bailout money, including Citigroup <C.N> and American International Group Inc. <AIG.N>
Feinberg yesterday also indicated that he would like his work as pay czar to have staying power, according to Seiberg’s note, but it would be up to other regulators to “ultimately decide how broadly” his policies apply.
Seiberg also noted that Feinberg “seemed very uncomfortable” about using his power to claw back compensation already paid. But he also sugested egregious examples may warrant recoupment.