Monthly Archives: August 2007

FEATURE: Cox’s Conundrum – Form or Function Creep?

FINANCIAL CRIMES NOW POSE
Financial fraud: Image – Renegade98 via

BY PAUL QUIGLEY

When incumbent SEC Chairman Christopher Cox announced what amounts to a root and branch overhaul of reporting, dubbed ‘simplification’, one could be forgiven for concluding that the mass exodus of IPOs to foreign markets and director-level defections had anything to do with such frenetic Federal financial fire-fighting. Will another committee of ‘safe hands’ and a government public relations machine help Cox to bolster confidence in financial reporting? Paul Quigley reports. Continue reading

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