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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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For savvy investors, a steady flow of information, timely and adequate disclosures are essential attributes for any company seeking to broaden its international shareholder base.
The market watchdog said that adequate disclosures would be required to be made without hampering the capital- raising potential of such firms in new- age sectors like technology.
Dubai: The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) said adequate disclosures and transperncy are key to gain the confidence of both individuals and institutional investors.
Consumer finance lenders and banks are experiencing legislative pressure to maintain audit compliance, with regulators focusing on the verification of adequate disclosures and contracts between the lender and the end consumer.
There are other adequate disclosures that are used for the other fees," he said in his comment letter.
The CCP acted on a concern raised by the Consumer Association of Pakistan, that paint manufacturers were hiding tokens or redeemable coupons in paint packs without adequate disclosures, leaving the consumers largely unaware of this practice.
The review was initiated when it was revealed that two Elsevier publications from 2003, presented as an unbiased journal, were in fact sponsored publications lacking adequate disclosures.
SAFA awards dates back to 1996 and is intended to enhance good governance, transparent reporting and adequate disclosures through application of accounting and financial reporting / auditing standards to meet stakeholder expectations and high level of professional ethics.
This is a scenario that leads to claims against corporate officers for failure to make adequate disclosures under federal securities laws, particularly where the company's stock takes a major hit," he says.
For users to understand fair value estimates, I believe that they must be given adequate disclosures about what factors caused the changes in fair value.
Under the FSA proposal, all categories of insurance companies also will be required to release their profit figures while the FSA would check whether adequate disclosures are made in subscriber newsletters published by insurance companies.