SEC Commissioner plans aggressive Sarbanes-Oxley enforcement

Addressing the National Economists Club in early April in Washington DC, Glassman outlined what she considers to be three factors essential to proper corporate behaviour — which is itself essential to restoring investor confidence, the primary aim of Sarbanes-Oxley. These factors are: effective corporate governance processes; punishment of improper behaviour by companies, law enforcement and markets; and ethical corporate cultures. By their very nature, they set limits on the SEC’s role in

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