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What are two stipulations the U.S. Securities and exchange Commission (SEC) requires to ensure the integrity of

financial information? (choose 2)

Companies that issue new debt or stock securities must submit a registration statement for approval

Public companies must meet certain financial performance requirements in order to sell stock through securities exchanges

All accounting personnel of public companies must meet certain accreditation and training requirements

All public companies must file detailed periodic financial reports that include audited financial statements

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