2. Define SOX Act. Why it was enacted? What were the provisions?
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) is an act which was passed by U.S. in 2002
to protect investors from the possibility of fraudulent accounting activities by
corporations. The SOX Ac
1. Write a summary on Corporate Governance Guidelines of Bangladesh.
Corporate governance is a set of laws, policies and procedures, and institutions affecting
the way a corporation is directed, administered and controlled. It also includes the
3. State 2 Corporate Crimes.
a) Committing massive financial fraud:
Case study: Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling, Enron
Twenty thousand people lost their jobs, and in many cases, their life savings, when Enron
collapsed in December 2001. After the co