Evaluating the State of SOX


Nearly a decade after the passage of Sarbanes-Oxley, companies are finding the corporate accountability law not nearly as costly and onerous as initially feared. Bob Hirth, executive vice president of Protiviti’s global internal audit practice, tells Business Finance that compliance has actually forced companies to adopt more efficient accounting procedures -- and save money in the process. Hirth shares his perspective on moving compliance in-house, some of the key inefficiencies undermining compliance strategies and the impact if Sections 404 and 302 are no longer required.

For more, don't miss Business Finance’s coverage of Protiviti’s study and Hirth’s article, Tracking the Evolution of Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance.

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