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SEC Chair Mary Jo White Says Disclosure Reform Is Next For Corporation Finance

By | February 21, 2014

SEC Chair Mary Jo White recently gave a speech where she discussed the SEC’s recent progress and initiatives.   For Corporation Finance she said “What is next? This year, the Corp Fin staff will focus on making specific recommendations for updating the rules that govern public company disclosure.  As part of this effort, Corp Fin will be broadly seeking input from companies and investors about how we can make our disclosure rules work better, and, specifically, investors will be asked what type of information they want, when do they want it and how companies can most meaningfully present that information.”

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