The Accounting Research Manager Group
The SEC requires many specific disclosures that go beyond U.S. GAAP, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 that strengthens the SEC’s disclosure rules. The SEC Disclosures Checklists identify SEC disclosure requirements and provide a means to document compliance.
These SEC disclosure checklists are used by: CFOs, CEOs, corporate secretaries, treasurers, corporate counsel, presidents, controllers, owners, general managers, directors, and officers of various companies’ chief accountants of bank holding companies, and others in regulated and specialized industries.
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