SEC Disclosure Reform: Welcome, but Not Easy

Mont, Joe
February 2014
Compliance Week;Feb2014, Vol. 11 Issue 121, p16
The article focuses on the statements of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Mary Jo White at the National Association of Corporate Directors meeting held in October 2013 regarding the information overload. She states that the current slate of disclosure requirements may be too much for investors. She notes the numerous calls for a reform on disclosure. She mentions the improvement of the SEC website and EGAR filing system.


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