from ValueBridge Advisors, LLC
Three years after the woes began that derailed the global economy and two years after the SEC’s risk oversight disclosure rule, compared to recognized guidance, investors still lack sufficient information to judge the quality of risk oversight and management that enables companies to more safely seize opportunities for growth. Most disclosures are usually characterized by too much boilerplate and too little insight for investors. Earnings call explanations of losses are too little too late.
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Topic Tags: corporate governance, risk oversight