An Accountant's Guide to the SEC's New Insider Trading Regulations
Rosen, Robert C., The CPA Journal
Although accountants are supposed to be purer than Caesar's wife, they have not escaped the insider trading onslaught by the SEC. Both accountants in public practice and in industry have succumbed to temptation in the face of insider information. Because of the unique situations public accountants face, it may be advisable for them to adopt programs to minimize their potential exposure as employers.
NO IVAN BOESKY
In the recent insider trading case of SEC v. Katz, et al., Barry N. Katz and Steven Wold, partners in the accounting firm of Vogel, Katz and Wold, Ltd., consented to surrender to the SEC several thousand dollars in alleged illegal profits, interest and penalties, …
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Publication information: Article title: An Accountant's Guide to the SEC's New Insider Trading Regulations. Contributors: Rosen, Robert C. - Author. Magazine title: The CPA Journal. Volume: 63. Issue: 2 Publication date: February 1993. Page number: 67+. © New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants Feb 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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