The Committee on Capital Markets Regulation, which has the support of Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, released a report urging legislators to consider overhauling the country’s enforcement policies and litigation system.
The report stops short of recommending a reworking of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, instead saying there are a number of improvements that could be made to the law’s much-maligned internal control requirements.
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