Financial reporting is a practice that’s constantly evolving. Each year, companies have new regulatory standards to comply with, more data to report, and different market conditions to contend with. This post explores three components required to produce exceptional disclosures that are compliant and improve investor confidence.
Competitive intelligence = business intelligence. It’s been said that good work is never a spontaneous conception, but is the culmination of existing ideas and building on top of them. In this post, discover 3 ways you can learn from your competitors’ filings to create better disclosures.
As companies rely more on performance-based awards for executive compensation, they are required to disclose more details about their compensation policies. In order to maintain transparency, companies are increasingly using peer group benchmarking to provide shareholders with context and market practice for equity compensation in their industry.
With the increasing complexity of regulatory compliance, it’s becoming more challenging for companies to comply with SEC requirements and, at the same time, provide clear and concise information to their shareholders. The good news is that existing public disclosures provide a wealth of relevant information, and if used in a systematic way, can significantly improve disclosure management processes and reduce compliance risks.