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  • Dialysis machine

    American Renal Associates to pay $2M in accounting fraud case


    American Renal Associates Holdings has agreed to pay $2 million to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges of accounting fraud allegedly perpetrated by three former financial executives at the dialysis provider.

  • SEChq

    Ex-Immunomedics CFO charged with insider trading


    The SEC charged former Immunomedics Chief Financial Officer Usama Malik and his former romantic partner with insider trading. The Department of Justice also announced criminal charges for securities fraud.

  • Article

    Libra recruits HSBC exec as CFO, chief risk officer


    Digital currency group the Libra Association continued the buildout of its risk and compliance department with the appointment of Ian Jenkins as chief financial officer and chief risk officer of Libra Networks.

  • Blog post

    Study Says CFOs Still Control Audit Fees at Many Companies


    Image: Title: MauldinNew academic research suggests the CFO, not the audit committee, still often negotiates the audit fee, despite Sarbanes-Oxley Act provisions meant to put audit committees in the driver’s seat. “At many companies it is still primarily the CFO who calls the shots,” says Elaine Mauldin, professor at the ...