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Seattle-based financial services company agrees to pay a $500,000 penalty to settle charges with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it improperly performed hedge accounting and later took steps to impede potential whistleblowers.
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Professor of accounting and chair of the School of BusinessMount Saint Mary College
Accounting students have the arduous task of learning how to prepare and analyze financial reports. Like other users of financial data, they may wonder if the numbers alone are enough to evaluate a firm.