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    The Path to Building Better Business Practice in Compliance with UK SOX

    Press archives over the past decade have demonstrated that many Public Limited Companies in the United Kingdom have either collapsed or made the headlines due to accounting irregularities or some other form of lack of internal control to ensure financial statements are reliable. This article explores the need for UK businesses to anticipate wide-scale adoption of SOX, as they progress down the path to building better businesses.
    Pendle Jackson
    Pendle Jackson
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    Internal Control Frameworks and Meeting ICFR Requirements

    In order to be compliant with SOX and to meet ICFR requirements, organisations are required to create controls that cover a large scope of IT and financial aspects, all tailored to their unique organisational structure. Leading organisations point to frameworks such as COBIT and COSO and even a combination of the two, to adopt in your quest for SOX and ICFR compliance. Alyne's Content Library goes beyond providing IT and Information Security related Controls and now contains extensive coverage of Financial Controls focused purely on the financial integrity of an enterprise. 
    Bayley Benton
    Bayley Benton
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    SOX Compliance – Background, Requirements and Facilitating Technology

    After some of the worst accounting scandals in history, the United States Congress passed the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) in 2002. In this article, we will discuss the background of SOX, the requirements of internal controls mentioned in Section 404 of the Act, and how compliance technology can facilitate a more efficient and agile process.
    Eunice Cheah
    Eunice Cheah
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