A Flawed Plot to Fix SarbOx

Moriarty, George B.
September 2006
Investment Dealers' Digest;9/18/2006, Vol. 72 Issue 35, p2
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the endorsement to eased the issue brought by Sarbanes-Oxley legislation on financial reporting requirement as it causes burdens to the list of small companies on the American exchanges in the U.S. A committee formed the endorsement led by Harvard Law School professor Hal Scott with Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. The author suggests the committee to rectify the faulty construction of legislation and remain a good idea by adding voices of potential dissent.


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