SEC Begins Study Of Fair-Value Accounting

30 Oct 2008

The Securities and Exchange Commission has begun studying the effects of fair value accounting on financial firms’ balance sheets. Mandated by the $700 billion Treasury bailout plan, the study, which will also examine alternative accounting standards, got under way Wednesday with a public meeting. At the meeting, banks ...

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