Corp Fin to Review Disclosure Rules & Cybersecurity Protection in Fiscal 2015
Outlining next year’s policy objectives, Report on Objectives – Office of the Investor Advocate has been released by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (“SEC”) Office of the Investor Advocate (“the Office”). Published on June 24th, the report details two major projects the Office will work on during fiscal year 2015. The projects include assisting the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance (“Corp Fin”) revise disclosure requirements and reviewing cybersecurity for investor protection. Mandated by the JOBS Act, the SEC’s Mary Jo White considers the review of disclosure requirements in Regulation S-K a high priority. Using recommendations from the Report on. Read More.
Topics: Compliance, Cybersecurity, disclosure, Division of Corporation Finance "Corp Fin", Financial Industry Regulatory Authority "FINRA", Investor Protection, JOBS Act, Mary Jo White, Office of the Investor Advocate, Regulation S-K, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission "SEC"