Compliance into the Weeds

Changes at the PCAOB

av Compliance into the Weeds | Publicerades 10/16/2019

Compliance into the Weeds is the only weekly podcast which takes a deep dive into a compliance related topic, literally going into the weeds to more fully explore a subject. In this episode, Matt Kelly and I go into the weeds to explore the recent changes at the PCAOB made by SEC Chairman Jay Clayton.   Some of the highlights include: Ø  Why were the changes announced in a manner to hide them? Ø  Why were they such unusual personnel moves? Ø  Why would the SEC put someone on the PCAOB with no discernible qualifications for the role? Ø  Is the goal of Jay Clayton to do away with SOX 404 protection for investors? Ø  Does going public under SOX mandate investor protection? Ø  What else will Clayton pull to ram through his changes at the PCAOB and SEC? Ø  Why is WeWork such a power example right now? For additional reading see the following: Matt’s blog post, PCAOB Shakeup-What it Means for You, on Radical Compliance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

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What happens when two compliance aficionados get together to talk all things compliance, risk management and ERM? You get Tom Fox, the Voice of Compliance and Matt Kelly, the Coolest Guy in Compliance, going into the weeds of a topic each week. Each week, you can take a deep dive with two of the top writers, thinkers and prognosticators in compliance.