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SEC to Hold 2018 Small Business Capital Formation Forum at Ohio State University

The Securities and Exchange Commission is hosting its annual Government-Business Forum on Small Business Capital Formation in cooperation with The Ohio State University's National Center for the Middle Market. The event, taking place Dec. 12 at the university's Fawcett Center, aims to help small businesses adopt additional measures in capital development, the SEC said Thursday.

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SEC Says Nine Public Firms Lost $100M to Cyber Fraud; Jay Clayton Quoted

The Securities and Exchange Commission has released a report that calls for public companies to develop and implement internal accounting controls while taking into account the risks associated with cyber fraud. "Cyber frauds are a pervasive, significant, and growing threat to all companies, including our public companies," SEC Chairman Jay Clayton said in a statement published Tuesday.

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SEC to Require Machine-Readable Financial Reports for Companies

The Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday voted to adopt amendments to its reporting standards for operating companies and funds. Operating companies submitting financial statement information and funds filing risk/return summaries will soon have to use the Inline eXtensible Business Reporting Language format in their disclosure reports, the SEC announced in …

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SEC Seeks Chief Risk Officer to Help Manage Commission’s Cybersecurity

The Securities and Exchange Commission wants to recruit a chief risk officer to help boost the agency’s cyber defense measures, Federal News Radio reported Monday. SEC Commissioner Michael Piwowar said during a Data Coalition-hosted forum in Washington that SEC Chairman Jay Clayton suggested the creation of the chief risk officer position. “We’re having discussions …

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