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Life after LIBOR: Shell throws weight behind SOFR


Royal Dutch Shell has announced the signing of one of the world’s first credit facilities linked to the new Secured Overnight Financing Rate.


International banking regulator: Big Tech ‘may pose risks to financial stability’


Big technology firms like Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, and Google are a potential risk if they get more heavily involved in providing financial services, says the Financial Stability Board.


WADA mess: Sports regulator’s light touch sends bad compliance message


One of sports’ key enforcement agencies handed out a penalty this week that sent a message no regulator wants to send: Punitive action may only come after the guilty party has already reaped the rewards.


Former FCPA chief’s 7 steps to third-party compliance


Speaking at CW’s Third-Party Risk Management and Oversight Summit, former FCPA Unit chief Kara Brockmeyer called attention to recent enforcement actions against Walmart and Ericsson as a way to highlight seven steps to third-party compliance.


Listen to your mom … and 15 other reasons to attend CW2020


Compliance Week quoted everyone’s original compliance officer (mom, of course) in running down 15 reasons why you should attend CW’s 15th annual National Conference.


SEC’s Clayton: Talk of whistleblower cap ‘misguided’


Amid controversy surrounding proposed changes to the SEC’s whistleblower program, Chairman Jay Clayton continues to stress any adjustments won’t include a cap on awards.


PCAOB CAMs report: Goodwill, revenue recognition lead way


Goodwill and other intangible assets and revenue recognition are among the most frequently communicated critical audit matters, according to the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s first report on the new disclosure.

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Liabilities and equity, LIBOR among priorities for FASB’s Golden


In a speech Tuesday, FASB Chairman Russell Golden laid out the accounting areas he hopes to finalize changes to before his term ends June 30, 2020.