A new survey of financial services compliance personnel found growing concern about the ability of firms to manage the growing "compliance perimeter" posed by new communications channels. In total, less than half of survey respondents said that they were "mostly" or "completely" confident that their firm's current communications supervision program would effectively identify risks.
Complex deals by U.S. multinationals provide $12 billion a year in corporate tax savings, according to new research.
Case involves the interpretation of collective bargaining agreements.
As regulators crack down, corporates need to take a closer look.
Shareholder activists and litigation, cybersecurity, and enforcement are among the issues that need to be top of mind for boards of directors this year, corporate lawyers advise.
Supreme Court decision about false statements to have 'greatest practical impact' in recent memory for companies, predicts legal expert
Despite the interest generated by the Supreme Court's Halliburton ruling last year, the decision pales in comparison to another expected this year, according to a securities litigation expert.
Recent court decision helps protect confidentiality of corporations' settlements with federal authorities, law firm says
A recent court decision helps protect the confidentiality of corporations' settlements with federal authorities, a law firm says.
U.S. companies push for legislation exempting nonfinancial end users of derivatives from margin requirement.
New research finds that 90 percent of intra-firm exports to tax havens comes from a small number of large companies.
Potential changes in corporate taxation could create major headaches for CFOs next year, KPMG warns.