U.S. FPIs urged not to slack off 404 implementation.
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To begin an article here, feel free to [ edit this page], but please do not create a mere dictionary definition. internal financial controls before the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced a delay. Indeed, four out of 10 foreign private issuers (FPIs) questioned in an Ernst & Young survey said they had anticipated being compliant with Section 404 of Sarbanes-Oxley with only one or two months to spare when the deadline was extended. This would have left little or no contingency contingency n. an event that might not occur. for unexpected issues or delays in completing important remediation work.
E & Y's Global Leader of Business Risk Services, Tom Bussa For other meanings, see .
Bussa (d. 1816) was the leader of a slave uprising in Barbados. He was born a free man in Africa, but was captured by the English men and brought to Barbados in the late 18th century as a slave. , said, "If foreign listed companies listed company n → compañía cotizable
listed company n → société cotée en Bourse
listed company list n → had been relying on an extension from the SEC and an extension was not forthcoming, many of them would have had no room to maneuver maneuver /ma·neu·ver/ (mah-noo´ver) a skillful or dextrous method or procedure.
Bracht's maneuver a method of extraction of the aftercoming head in breech presentation. , so now is not the time to ease off; companies must still keep a foot on the gas and can learn from their U.S. counterparts."
Bussa noted that FPIs have the benefit of referencing peer data (provided by U.S. companies) as well as earlier U.S. accelerated filer surveys to help identify and address likely challenge areas that could slow progress, impact quality and increase cost.