WASHINGTON — While banks are likely to object to proposed regulatory restrictions on executive pay, the plan unveiled Monday to discourage risky pay structures could have gone a lot farther.

The proposal would require institutions with more than $1 billion of assets with incentive pay structures to monitor pay agreements with senior executives and establish steps to regulators' liking to prevent incentive bonuses from leading to risky activity.

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