Presentation by Professor Jim Cox and Professor Andrew Lin (National Taiwan University). More than 50 percent of securities regulation is imposing disclosure requirements as regulatory mechanism. This talk will compare the rules on financial disclosure requirements of both primary and secondary markets and the liabilities for not complying with the law and regulation. What types of fraudulent financial reporting occur? Who is held accountable for misrepresentation/omission? Who are the winners of the securities class actions? Are investors actually protected? Lunch will be provided. For more information, contact David Russo at email@example.com.
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