The U.S government allows investors to get a thorough sense of a public company’s history, growth, and future plans from its required reporting with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), documentation on which SEC reporting expert witnesses are qualified to give opinion. These reported filings include registration statements, prospectuses, proxy statements, and formal and periodic reports, such as 10-Q’s, 10-K’s, and 8-K’s. The SEC reviews the accuracy and quality of these reports to be certain that the information meets its reporting rules. Researchers, investors, and other businesses look at these reports to glean analysis of the company’s performance and to compile a better description of its activities.
ForensisGroup SEC reporting expert witnesses have many years of securities experience in the areas of public securities offerings, such as IPOs, corporate governance, stock options, and broker dealer reporting requirements. These expert witnesses have knowledge of the rules of securities resales (Rule 144), mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance transactions, corporate investigations, and public company reporting and disclosure obligations. They are familiar with Rule 144A’s safe harbor exemption and Regulation S exclusions from the registration requirements of Section 5 of the Securities Act. They know the regulations surrounding quarterly and annual SEC reports, as well as all aspects of securities regulatory compliance.
If you have been looking for a trusted securities expert, ForensisGroup is here to help. Contact our office today to speak with our helpful and knowledgeable staff. You may also fill out and Submit An Expert Request Form to be connected with a reputable SEC reporting expert witness for your case.