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Four Deloitte leaders are SEC SOX roundtable panelists

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08 Apr 2005

The US Securities and Exchange Commission will hold a Roundtable on Implementation of Internal Control Reporting Provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 on 13 April 2005 from 9:00am to 5:30pm at the Commission's headquarters in Washington.

Real time and archived audio and video webcasts will be accessible on www.sec.gov. Selected materials related to the Roundtable – including the day's agenda, a Briefing Paper, and materials submitted to the staff in connection with the discussions – are accessible at www.sec.gov/spotlight/soxcomp.htm. The Roundtable will cover a number of topics, including: (1) first year efforts; (2) reporting to the public; (3) planning and design; (4) documentation and testing of internal control over financial reporting; (5) the use of judgment in communications and conclusions; and (6) next steps. The Roundtable will feature a broad range of stakeholders involved with internal control reporting – including investor advocates, representatives of public companies, members of audit committees, auditors, attorneys, and US regulators. The members of the PCAOB will participate. Panelists include two former Deloitte Chairmen, J. Michael Cook and James E. Copeland, Jr., and current Deloitte partners Larry J. Koch and Robert J. Kueppers. Click for (PDF 43k).

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