Could new legislation help law enforcement successfully prosecute a company's highest executives for corporate misdeeds?
Through June 30, the Department of Justice has launched 13 FCPA anti-corruption enforcement actions in 2014, many of them against individuals.
Six U.S. companies have adopted a Delaware bylaw that shifts legal fees to the suing investors if their case is not successful.
In dealing with revenue, an auditor "must get to the bottom of the relevant issues, including digging into management's representations," official…
France’s largest bank gets fined for evading American sanctions.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is determined to catch accounting manipulators, says Mary Jo White. But will it have the money and means to do…
The Justice Department is investigating sales practices of foreign-exchange banks as part of a wider probe into FX market rigging.
Ninety-eight percent of “critical audit matters” identified during a field test involving 51 audits were previously communicated to the audit…
The finance chief had a conflict of interest in overseeing trades for both a fund and an affiliated broker-dealer.
A new PCAOB standard will require auditors to probe more deeply into related-party deals, unusual transactions and executive pay.