Is the SEC is trying to standardize the un-standardizable, could they have asked more of the Big 4, why see little grassroot support for financial reporting rules relative to climate, will the climate rules go the way of the conflict minerals rule and hence make the ISSB the de-facto standard setter
Business owners are often intimidated by the mystique and the limited information available about private equity (PE) firms and how they operate. This article explains how private equity generates their their above-market returns through their unique structure, mechanics, and typical strategies.
Corporate boards are searching for tech expertise to meet digital strategy needs. Chris Putur, REI’s EVP of Technology and Operations, shares board service leadership lessons and advises how to ready for coveted board openings.
The SEC’s new proposed climate rules have unprecedented implications for every stakeholder in corporate America. The new rules also set the stage for a political fight that will be equally unprecedented.
The pandemic forced CFOs to rethink their current strategies. To overcome uncertainties in 2022, transformative plans for digitization, talent retention and remote work will be essential to business success.
Although there are different rationales for the causes of stagflations, my perspective is that the primary cause is poor monetary policy by the Federal Reserve when the Fed does not adequately account for how inflation and the real economy respond to changes in its policies.