Federal Reserve stresses the importance of good disclosure to investor confidence

Ferguson acknowledged that recent scandals in accounting have fuelled efforts to help restore investor confidence in US and European capital markets through legislative reforms that strengthen accounting standards, internal controls and transparency.

Ferguson’s address reflects a growing recognition that sound accounting policies and meaningful public disclosure by banking and other financial organisations and by non-banking companies can improve market discipline. The Federal Reserve accepts

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