In a narrow 3-2 vote today, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has green lighted a provision that will give shareholders a say on the executive pay at companies they have a substantial stake in.

In her prepared comments, SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro said that a say-on-pay vote is “required at least once every three years,” beginning with 2011’s annual shareholder meetings moving forward.

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