WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve Board and the other banking regulators finalized guidance governing executive compensation practices on Monday and announced its review of pay at the largest holding companies had turned up significant flaws.

The final guidance is similar to what the central bank proposed in October, but would now apply to the entire banking industry. Previously, its efforts targeted only holding companies and state-member banks.

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