Though the Treasury Department made a splash Wednesday by unveiling broad principles for curbing executive compensation, it appeared to kick the most critical questions to lawmakers and regulators.

Observers said the new standards, which included a call for legislation to require compensation committees to be independent of management and have adequate resources, are already widely practiced and would not have a significant impact on the industry.

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