The series of corporate financial scandals that took place in the
United States has led to the framing of new legislation called Sarbanes-Oxley
Act that strengthens corporate governance and restores investor confidence
and eliminates corporate corruption and fraud.
was intended to bolster public confidence in the nation's capital
markets and imposes new duties and significant penalties for non compliance
on public companies and their executives, directors, auditors, attorneys
and securities analysts.
this course you will be conversant with:
standards for Corporate Boards, Audit Committees and for External
penalties prescribed for misconduct by the Corporate Officials and
violations of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
of Public Company Accounting Oversight Board under the Securities
and Exchange Commission to oversee public accounting firms and issue
of financial reports by Chief Executive Officers and Chief Financial
that publicly traded companies furnish independent annual audit
reports on the existence and condition of internal controls as they
relate to financial reporting
for stringent internal controls both for general governance as well
as Information Technology (IT) systems
Every professional involved in the global financial services industry (as a
provider, user, regulator or advisor of product/services, marketplace/exchange)
would benefit from KESDEEs innovative solutions.