Hi Global Risk Community member,
If your company is looking to go public, you know there are hurdles to overcome to meet the compliance requirements for financial reporting, business processes, and user access into your critical business systems.
Don’t wait to put the necessary controls in place.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act requires CEOs and CFOs to be responsible for the integrity of the financial statements of the company.
Ernst and Young recently stated, “Companies that exceeded overall market returns following an IPO have typically implemented critical organizational changes to begin acting like a public company a full 12 to 24 months prior to going public.”
To help you learn more about the impact of Sarbanes-Oxley on your company, Fastpath is offering an eBook, SOX Compliance Basics: What You Need to Know, that covers:
- What is SOX?
- Who is required to comply?
- What is covered in a SOX audit?
- When should you start considering SOX compliance?
- And much more!
Be sure to download your copy of SOX Compliance Basics: What You Need to Know and understand what SOX compliance means to your organization.