SEC heightens oversight of risk factors

08/3/2010 | CFO.com

Companies are reporting increased scrutiny from the Securities and Exchange Commission over filings such as financial statements and proxies. The agency has told some firms that their reporting is too vague when it comes to describing a host of risks, sources note. Firms should get regular input from their legal, finance and investor-relations teams to ensure that the company is disclosing all pertinent risk information, lawyer Katharine Martin advises.

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