The Securities and Exchange Commission Advisory Committee on Smaller Public Companies has published an exposure draft of its final report, outlining changes to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act for micro-cap and small-cap public companies.
In late February, the advisory panel gave its preliminary backing to easing the internal controls provisions of SOX for small public companies after holding a series of meetings and hearings, which began in April 2005.
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