Год издания: 2006
Количество страниц: 201
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Capital markets in developed nations have devised a set of institutions and actors to help provide investors with the timely, accurate, information they need to make informed investment decisions. These actors have become known as "financial gatekeepers" and include auditors, credit rating agencies, and financial analysts. The successive bankruptcies of Enron and WorldCom shook the economic and political establishments in the United States and elsewhere around the world. Corporate financial reporting scandals called into question the legal framework governing these gatekeepers. Policymakers have since responded by imposing a series of new obligations, restrictions, and punishments?all with the purpose of strengthening investor confidence in these important actors. Financial Gatekeepers provides an in-depth look at these new frameworks, especially in the United States and Japan. Are they working? What further refinements are needed? This timely volume provides new...