Japanese Financial Instruments and Exchange Law (J-SOX)

The Financial Instruments and Exchange Law, affectionately known as “J-SOX” because its close ties to America’s Sarbanes-Oxley Act, was finalized in February of 2007. Both regulations aim at evaluating internal control systems, assuring the proper expression of external financial reporting and preventing the recurrence of investor deception.

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