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Differences: SOX and C-SOX

The Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002 in the U.S. (also known as “SOX”), has a comparable program in Canada, in Multi Lateral Instrument MI 52-109 (also known as Bill 198 and “C-SOX”). Quite often there are questions pertaining to the differences between the 2 regulations. Well, let’s cover some top shelf comparisons: […]

Improving Compliance

There has been increased focus on director responsibilities since the Enron accounting scandals in the USA (which resulted in the Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002). […]

Interim Controllers – Best Practices

In today’s competitive market, all jobs seem to be extremely challenging, particularly with technology that can keep U.S. linked in, but rarely allowing U.S. to escape. […]

SEC announcement June 26, 2008 – non accelerated filers

On June 26, 2008, the SEC announced that non-accelerated filers (public float less than $75,000,000) will be granted an extension on filing the auditor’s attestation report on internal controls over financial reporting for year ends after December 15, 2009. See below for summary extract or click here. […]

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