[Webinar held on July 7] Corporate response to false statements in securities reports, etc.-Based on recent trends such as tightening regulations on disclosure of non-financial information-
However, it is a rare event for the legal department and finance accountants who are forced to respond at each company, and in the event of an emergency, they must take the lead in responding. , It seems that it is often difficult to deal with it because it is far from normal work.
In addition, while false statements have been focused on fraudulent financial statements (illegal accounting), the regulatory authorities' eyes on non-financial information are becoming stricter due to the effects of system revisions and other factors. Along with this, new points to keep in mind have arisen.
In this seminar, we will explain the standard measures that companies should take in the event of false statements, keeping in mind these recent trends (accountant audits of financial statements of listed companies as well as unlisted companies are essential. It will be useful for large companies under the Companies Act).
◆ Title: Corporate response to false statements in securities reports, etc.-Based on recent trends such as tightening regulations on disclosure of non-financial information-
◆ Date: August, 2021 (Thursday) 7, 8:15-00:16 (JST)
1 Recent system amendments and operational status
2 Points to note regarding internal investigations and stakeholder responses when false statements occur
3 False statements and litigation risk
4 Tightening regulations on disclosure of non-financial information and false statements
5 Case study-Actions that companies should take when false statements are discovered-
After working at the Financial Services Agency and the Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission, opened Hifumi Law Office, which handles corporate crisis management and dispute resolution as its main business.Based on his experience in financial inspection, supervision, and planning (legislative) work, he provides practical and highly specialized advice on disclosure regulations, insider trading regulations, and financial regulations of listed companies, while he himself is an in-house investigative committee member. He is also in charge of investigations by associations and third-party committees.
"Securities Proceedings: False Statements" (Co-author, Chuo Keizaisha, 2017), "Legal Affairs for Corporate Crisis and Misconduct [2nd Edition]" (Co-author, Shoji Homu, 2018), "Corporate Crisis Response-No. He has authored numerous books such as "Current Situation and Issues of Tripartite Committee Practice-" (Accounting / Audit Journal, January 2017, co-authored).
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