"Modernizing Your Form 10-K: Incorporating Reg S-K Amendments"
Thursday, December 10, 2020
2:00 - 2:45 pm, eastern [archive and transcript to follow]
The SEC's recent amendments to modernize Regulation S-K include a number of potentially significant changes that will affect your next Form 10-K - including a new principles-based approach to the previously prescriptive disclosure requirements of Item 101, the addition of a human capital disclosure requirement, changes to the disclosure thresholds contained in Item 103, and the addition of a no more than two-page summary of key risk factors that will be required under Item 105 if the risk factors section is more than 15 pages in length. Join these experts for practical advice on updating your disclosures:
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