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Accordingly, says Little, companies continued to report lowball estimates. Among other studies, he points to a warning that the SEC's Division of Corporate Finance aimed at Fortune 500 companies. In December 2001, in the wake of the Enron scandal, the commission cautioned a number of oil, gas, mining, and manufacturing companies to properly disclosing environmental and product liabilities. The SEC didn't name the companies or provide a count, only stating that "many companies did not provide adequate disclosure" and that "companies could improve their disclosures required by SAB 92." Possible Patches
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS - Rule 144's Impact on Shell Companies: One Year ...
For shareholders of companies that are, or ever were, shell companies, and which are not currently Exchange Act reporting companies, the amendments to Rule 144 in February 2008 have been devastating. Could a change be forthcoming? Share this news: Subscribe to Investor Ideas Newswire Visit this company: ( newswire) Almost one year ago, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") amended Rule 144 of the Securities Act of 1933 ("Rule 144"), to, among other things, shorten the holding periods necessary to use this resale exemption for issuers that are subject to ... market research, surveys and trends
The economic downturn and accompanying
Financial Institutions (SEC, Division of Corporate Finance,. Dec. 2009), 4. Confirmation letter (AICPA Depository Institutions Expert. Panel Dec. ... market research, surveys and trends


Corporate Cronies:
Seventy-nine percent of the $55.5 million total came from companies that ..... SEC Division of Corporate Finance delivers recommendations for two rules: ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Testimony of Joel Seligman before the Congressional Oversight ...
Jan 14, 2009 ... In 1930, approximately 1.5 percent of the American public directly .... The fact that the federal government provided over $100 billion to .... SEC's Division of Corporate Finance was able to complete a full review of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
SEC Grants Six-Month Delay on Asset-Backed Ratings Disclosure
July 23 (Bloomberg) -- The Securities and Exchange Commission will allow issuers of asset-backed bonds to omit credit ratings from filings for six months, helping them adjust to rules passed into law this week as part of the financial regulations overhaul. “This action will provide issuers, rating agencies and other market participants with a transition period in order to implement changes to comply,” Meredith Cross, the director of the SEC’s division of corporate finance, said yesterday in an e- mailed statement. The most sweeping regulatory legislation for Wall Street since the Great Depression, signed into ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
HFMWeek Daily Snapshot - 23 July
Hedge funds pulled in $9.5bn during the second quarter with nervous investors preferring to send their money to the biggest and best established managers, according to industry tracker Hedge Fund Research on Tuesday, reports Reuters . Hedge fund managers have seen flat returns on average as they have battled a volatile market so far this year, but that hasn't stopped wealthy investors from sinking more cash into the industry. Strategies like global macro and event-driven funds that may insulate investors from stock market swings, have been seen as particularly attractive. The fund industry's most established ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


N. Proxy Rules and Schedule 14A
SEC Division of Corporation Finance. Manual of Publicly Available Telephone Interpretations. N. PROXY RULES AND SCHEDULE 14A. 1. Proxy Rules ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Inspection of Corporation Finance Referrals - SEC OIG Report ...
Sep 30, 2008 ... John White, Director, Division of Corporation Finance ..... To report fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement at SEC, contact the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Former SEC director analyzes corporate governance proposals
10:09 a.m., March 22, 2010----“One size does not fit all” was the key message delivered by John W. White, former director of the Division of Corporate Finance at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), during a presentation on current SEC proposals regarding corporate governance on Tuesday, March 16, at the Wilmington Club. He also shared his views on financial reporting reform and other current issues. The talk was part of the John L. Weinberg Distinguished Speakers Series sponsored by UD's John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance . White began by reviewing the proposed corporate governance ...
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