Japan’s Financial Instruments Exchange Law (FIEL) requires management to provide an assessment of its internal control over its financial reporting and obtain an auditor’s opinion on management's assessment. The regulation, commonly referred to as "J-SOX", is applicable to companies that are publicly registered on Japanese stock exchanges.
We have developed a methodology to assist companies in efficiently developing a top–down, risk-based approach to implementing an effective compliance strategy. Our approach supports reducing and effectively managing costs of compliance in the second year and beyond.
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