Reasonable and comparable

Reasonable and comparable means compensation that is:
(1) Reasonable - compensation, taken in whole or in part, that would be appropriate for the position and based on a review of relevant factors including, but not limited to:
(i) The duties and responsibilities of the position;
(ii) Compensation factors that indicate added or diminished risks, constraints, or aids in carrying out the responsibilities of the position; and
(iii) Performance of the regulated entity, the specific employee, or one of the entity's significant components with respect to achievement of goals, consistency with supervisory guidance and internal rules of the entity, and compliance with applicable law and regulation.
(2) Comparable - compensation that, taken in whole or in part, does not materially exceed compensation paid at institutions of similar size and function for similar duties and responsibilities.

Source

12 CFR § 1230.2


Scoping language

The following definitions apply to the terms used in this part:

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