More Accounting Transparency May Distort Markets: Haresh SapraHaresh Sapra
Sept. 1 (Bloomberg) -- It is now believed that in the years preceding the recent financial turmoil, banks took excessive risks that weren’t disclosed, and regulators were only able to intervene after widespread panic had brought the system to its knees.
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