Will the SEC Finally Approve a Tougher Clawback Rule?
A 2015 proposal, never adopted, would put the incentive-based compensation of other executive officers at risk.
Limit ESG Disclosures to Cash-Flow Impacts: Economists
The SEC should avoid forcing companies to disclose how business operations affect the environment and society, says the Financial Economist Roundtable.
Two PCAOB Members Resigning
The departures of Rebekah Goshorn Jurata and Megan Zietsman come as the SEC weighs the appointment of an entire new board.
Materiality Question Dogs SEC’s ESG Disclosure Project
Will the SEC adhere to the concept of materiality when formulating new climate risk disclosure rules?
Steering Clear of Ponzi Schemes
Recent examples show Ponzi schemes are still very prevalent and leave significant investor losses and hardships in their wake.
Memo to SPACs: The Bar Has Been Raised
The SEC’s quandary is trying to solve a problem of incentives with a toolkit consisting exclusively of disclosure and enforcement actions.
Gensler Ousts PCAOB Chair; Other Board Members to Follow
Besides removing William D. Duhnke III, the SEC said it intends to seek candidates to fill the other Board positions.
PCAOB Critics Call On Gensler to Clean House
"We do not believe the current Board members are up to the task of re-focusing the PCAOB on its core mission," says an investor group.
Getting a Jump on Climate Change Disclosures
CFOs should start planning their communications strategies and assessing climate-related business risks as soon as possible.
SEC Could Reclassify SPAC Warrants And Hold Up New Filings: Report
Warrants could soon be considered liabilities instead of equity for accounting purposes.
SEC Sends a Message to Social Media Stock Promoters
Commission suspends trading in an over-the-counter stock, SpectraScience, that is being "pumped" on social media sites.