The Securities and Exchange Commission’s 2023 examination priorities report laid out areas under the microscope this year, including compliance with the agency’s Marketing Rule and Regulation Best Interest.
Penalties assessed for violations of the False Claims Act topped $2.2 billion during fiscal year 2022, less than half the mark the Department of Justice reached the previous year.
Experts share perspectives regarding the criticality of cybersecurity risks, what the response of management and boards should be, and how proposed disclosure requirements need to be incorporated into cyber-related responsibilities.
Integrity Distributed has launched a collaborative research project seeking to develop anti-corruption detection technology that includes academic, technological, and corporate partners.
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