Adequate Disclosure

Adequate Disclosure

A convention in which accountants attempt to include all relevant or potentially relevant information in a financial statement, either in the statement itself or in a footnote.
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I doubt anyone in this audience thinks it would be acceptable for a public company with no meaningful track record in pursuing the commercialization of distributed ledger or blockchain technology to (1) start to dabble in blockchain activities, (2) change its name to something like Blockchain-R-Us, and (3) immediately offer securities, without providing adequate disclosure to Main Street investors about those changes and the risks involved, Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman said last December.
Platform operators may provide financing to borrowers/fundraisers who use the platform subject to obtaining the required license from the CBB to provide credit and adequate disclosure.
Al-Mansoori outlining the importance of transparency and adequate disclosure for QSE-listed companies.
Al Mansoori depicted transparency and adequate disclosure as a key element in the success of any financial market to gain the confidence of both individuals and institutional investors.
Using a sample fact pattern, the panelists covered issues surrounding adequate disclosure, proper preparation of a gift tax return, what to do if such a return comes under audit, and the impact of the generation-skipping transfer tax.
UBS Willow Management "did not provide adequate disclosure of the change in investment strategy to the fund's investors or board of directors," the SEC states.
Since every case is unique, what constitutes adequate disclosure depends on the specific facts of each case.
The court found that Heckman had not adequately disclosed the 2003 distribution from the ESOP directly on his return and it could not consider information other than that on his return as evidence of adequate disclosure of the omitted income.
They, and others, are working to ensure there is adequate disclosure regarding to their pay and conditions of employment.
The apex bank said that foreign banks with complex structures, and which do not provide adequate disclosure, would have to operate in India only through a WOS.
customers should be given opportunity to pick and choose which amenities they want to receive and pay for, charges for unbundled services shall be a fixed amount and announced well in advance by the airlines which shall not vary with the base fare for a particular flight, the key guiding principle shall be adequate disclosure and transparency on the part of airlines on the websites, online travel portals and travel agents so that the consumers maximize the informed choice, airline to file details of services to be unbundled and fee charges for the same to DGCA in terms of product description, charges/fee, manner of disclosure to public, terms and conditions etc.
Make full and adequate disclosure of all facts necessary to enable clients to make informed decisions.