Financial Reporting & Accounting Enforcement Annual Review - 2013

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In This Issue:

Introduction; Redesigning the SEC’s Division of Enforcement, Again; Focus Areas: What’s Next; Overview of 2013 Cases; Public Company, Officer, and Director Trends; Audit Firm and Auditor Trends; Rule 102(e) Bars; Developments at the PCAOB; and Conclusion.

Introduction -

If the public statements of the SEC Commissioners and staff are to be believed, brace yourself for the coming wave of financial reporting and accounting enforcement matters. The SEC has sent the message loud and clear in 2013: “The SEC is back and better than ever — and that certainly is the case when it comes to pursuing financial reporting and accounting fraud.”

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