The New Global Regulatory Landscape: Impact on Finance and Investment (Finance and Capital Markets)
Sabanes-Oxley is a recent development in US law that will affect both US and non-US firms seeking to comply with corporate governance initiatives, particularly to the financial services industry because the firms act on behalf of many thousands of institutional shareholders. McGill and Sheppey illustrate the broader context requiring investors and custodians to meet the regulatory needs of specific jurisdiction and how best to structure overall business models to meet multi-layer legal and operational framework.
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