Meng Wanzhou allegedly deceived banks into processing transactions for an "unofficial subsidiary" that did business in Iran.
A suspected Ukrainian hacker allegedly passed on data he stole from the EDGAR database to traders who used it to make illicit stock trading profits.
When it comes to executive compensation reporting, err on the side of over-disclosure.
The startup's founders allegedly duped investors by making false statements about what they claimed to be the first "decentralized" bank.
The SEC says Agria Corp. hid from investors a $17.5 million loss from the sale of its primary operating entity in China.
The SEC says the contractor used his access to an investment bank's deal management system to make $600,000 in illicit profits with relatives.
U.S. authorities allege the former CEO and the former finance VP lied about Autonomy's financial health before it was acquired by HP.
The SEC takes the position that public companies must assess and calibrate internal accounting controls for the risk of cyber frauds.
The SEC says the bank allowed ADRs to be “pre-released” while not backed by actual shares, leaving them ripe for potential market abuse.
Automation can process more internal controls data in less time, with greater accuracy, pinpointing suspicious activity that manual auditing might…