Sarbanes – Oxley Act - Canadian Response

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July 19, 2016

 

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The end result was that $50 billion of new securities issued during that time had become worthless, causing the crash of the stock market and the loss of many people’s life savings, eventually leading to the great depression. This lead to one of the most significant regulatory acts passed in the United States-Securities and Exchange act of 1934 (which first introduced the Securities and Exchange Commission-the SEC-that we know of today)...
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This lead to one of the most significant regulatory acts passed in the United States-Securities and Exchange act of 1934 (which first introduced the Securities and Exchange Commission-the SEC-that we know of today). Leading up to the 1990’s, there was a growing concern on the quality of corporate financial accounting...
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