SEC zeroes in on corporate disclosures

02/25/2012 | Wall Street Journal/CFO Journal, The

The Securities and Exchange Commission is putting pressure on companies to be more forthcoming in their disclosure documents. The agency has focused on improving disclosures related to issues such as cash in overseas accounts, litigation and exposure to the European debt crisis. The push is aimed at getting investors better information about companies' risks, SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro said.

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