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All Gain, No Pain?

Jonathan McHaffie a corporate tax manager in industry and freelance writer looks at how all companies can benefit from the lessons learned from US-listed companies' compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley
Anyone who has participated in competitive sports will probably be familiar with the concept of 'no pain no gain' — possibly being shouted at them by a trainer. The ratio of pain to gain is of course somewhat different for coach and athlete! For UK companies with a US listing compliance with the requirements of the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) will undoubtedly have involved a (large) degree of pain and as the first formal audit sign-off could still be almost a year away that pain might well be continuing. However for the majority of UK companies not subject...

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