Navigating SEC’s Newly Adopted and Proposed Rule Changes, SEC Comment Letters and Enforcement Trends to Prepare for 2023
Last year, foreign private issuers (FPIs) had to implement a number of new disclosure requirements that became effective for the 2022 Form 20-F. FPIs continue to stay ahead of their disclosure obligations by being sensitive to new focus areas in their 2022 Form 20-F. To enable FPIs to improve their disclosure starting from the drafting process for their future filings in this evolving landscape, DFIN partners with Latham & Watkins and Ernst & Young to present this webinar on SEC compliance for FPIs: 2023 mid-year update.
In this webinar, our expert panel shared their views on the following topics:
- Lookback at 2022 disclosure trends – regulatory updates and crypto assets
- PCAOB inspections
- Newly adopted and proposed SEC rules – 10b5-1 insider trading plans, compensation clawback disclosure requirements, ESG, climate and share repurchase disclosure, etc.
- Observations and recommendations for FPIs
- How technology can reduce risk, and improve the speed & accuracy of reporting in 2023
- and more
Stacey Wong - Partner, Capital Markets Practice, Latham & Watkins
Shirley Wong - Partner, Assurance, ASEAN Capital Markets Director, Ernst & Young
Mike Lemus, CPA - Subject Matter Expert, ActiveDisclosure, DFIN
Justin Lewis, CPA - Subject Matter Expert, ActiveDisclosure, DFIN
Jeffrey Catt - Senior VP, ActiveDisclosure, DFIN
Register to watch the replay of this informative session and stay up-to-date on the latest developments.
This webinar is presented to you by: New ActiveDisclsoure℠ by DFIN | SEC filing and financial reporting software
Date of webinar: June 21, 2023