The bank allegedly misrepresented it had attracted $7.6 billion in new wealth management business to meet performance targets.
An EY report says more companies are disclosing how they oversee and appoint external auditors and the reasons for changes in fees.
Several recent actions leave no doubt that non-GAAP financial measures are in the commission's crosshairs, and companies are taking notice.
The SEC says EY didn't do enough to prevent two former auditors from getting "too close" to finance executives at companies they were inspecting.
An internal investigation concludes that the company incorrectly recognized nonmonetary transactions as revenue.
An appeals court "ups the ante" for finance chiefs who certify that SEC filings include no material misstatements or omissions.
While the deadline for the new lease accounting standards is still a way off, there is a lot of preparation that need to take place.
But are they doing so just because the dollar amounts involved are not material? Research suggests another, less-wholesome motivation.
After years of neglect, cash-flow statements get FASB’s attention.
'The proposed changes should make it significantly easier to locate documents attached to company filings,' said SEC Chair Mary Jo White.