U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
First American Settles SEC Charges for Cybersecurity Disclosure Failures
The real-estate title insurer failed to secure 16 years’ worth of documents containing sensitive personal information.
Time for CFOs to Influence the SEC’s Climate Effort
Companies should seize the opportunity to engage with the SEC to help craft efficient and responsive climate change disclosure rules.
Healthcare Firm Charged With $4 Million Fraud
Premier Healthcare Solution's founder allegedly did not disclose he had made "a living as a pseudoscientist marketing fake technologies."
S&P Dow Jones Fined $9M Over Index Glitch
The SEC says the VIX index published stale values during the market spike on Feb. 5, causing huge losses on a Credit Suisse futures contract.
Two More SPACs to Restate Financial Results
The restatements follow new SEC guidance on how SPACs should account for the warrants that they typically issue as part of initial public offerings.
PCAOB Proposes Rule for Foreign Audit Inspections
The rule provides a framework for implementing a new law that could result in the delisting of Chinese companies from U.S. exchanges.
SEC Reviewing Rules for ‘Gamified’ Trading Apps
“If we don’t address this now, the investing public may shoulder a burden later,” SEC Chairman Gary Gensler says.
Under Armour Fined $9M Over Accounting Trick
The SEC says the sneaker firm used $408 million in pulled-forward orders to meet revenue estimates for six consecutive quarters.
New SEC Enforcement Chief Alex Oh Resigns
Oh's resignation after only a few days on the job followed a judge's ruling in a case in which she represented ExxonMobil.
CPA Charged With Violating Auditing Rules
Christopher Knauth allegedly performed an audit of a public company even though his firm was not registered with the PCAOB.
SEC Unveils Rule on Oversight of Chinese Issuers
The regulator indicated how it will implement a law aimed at delisting Chinese companies that do not meet U.S. auditing standards.