Securities and Exchange Commission 2007 – Federal Register Recent Federal Regulation Documents

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Acceptance From Foreign Private Issuers of Financial Statements Prepared in Accordance With International Financial Reporting Standards Without Reconciliation to U.S. GAAP
Document Number: E7-13163
Type: Proposed Rule
Date: 2007-07-11
Agency: Securities and Exchange Commission, Agencies and Commissions
The Commission is proposing to accept from foreign private issuers their financial statements prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (``IFRS'') as published by the International Accounting Standards Board (``IASB'') without reconciliation to generally accepted accounting principles (``GAAP'') as used in the United States. To implement this, we propose amendments to Form 20-F and conforming changes to Regulation S-X to accept financial statements prepared in accordance with the English language version of IFRS as published by the IASB without reconciliation to U.S. GAAP when contained in the filings of foreign private issuers with the Commission. We also are proposing conforming amendments to other regulations, forms and rules under the Securities Act and the Exchange Act. Current requirements regarding the reconciliation to U.S. GAAP will not change for a foreign private issuer that uses a basis of accounting other than the English language version of IFRS as published by the IASB.
Exemption of Compensatory Employee Stock Options From Registration Under Section 12(g) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
Document Number: E7-13324
Type: Proposed Rule
Date: 2007-07-10
Agency: Securities and Exchange Commission, Agencies and Commissions
The Commission is proposing two exemptions from the registration requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 for compensatory employee stock options. The first exemption would be available to issuers that are not required to file periodic reports under the Exchange Act. The proposed exemption would apply only to the issuer's compensatory employee stock options and would not extend to the class of securities underlying those options. The second exemption would be available to issuers that are required to file those reports because they have registered under Exchange Act Section 12 the class of securities underlying the compensatory employee stock options.
Sunshine Act Meetings
Document Number: E7-13272
Type: Notice
Date: 2007-07-09
Agency: Securities and Exchange Commission, Agencies and Commissions
Aston Funds and Aston Asset Management LLC; Notice of Application
Document Number: E7-13191
Type: Notice
Date: 2007-07-09
Agency: Securities and Exchange Commission, Agencies and Commissions
Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request
Document Number: E7-13178
Type: Notice
Date: 2007-07-09
Agency: Securities and Exchange Commission, Agencies and Commissions
Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request
Document Number: E7-13177
Type: Notice
Date: 2007-07-09
Agency: Securities and Exchange Commission, Agencies and Commissions
Proposed Collection; Comment Request
Document Number: E7-13176
Type: Notice
Date: 2007-07-09
Agency: Securities and Exchange Commission, Agencies and Commissions
Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request
Document Number: E7-13164
Type: Notice
Date: 2007-07-09
Agency: Securities and Exchange Commission, Agencies and Commissions
Electronic Filing and Simplification of Form D
Document Number: E7-13018
Type: Proposed Rule
Date: 2007-07-09
Agency: Securities and Exchange Commission, Agencies and Commissions
The Securities and Exchange Commission is publishing for comment proposals that would mandate the electronic filing of information required by Securities Act of 1933 Form D. We also are proposing revisions to Form D and to Regulation D in connection with the electronic filing proposals. The revisions would simplify and restructure Form D and update and revise its information requirements. The information required by Form D would be filed with us electronically through a new online filing system that would be accessible from any computer with Internet access. The data filed would be available on our Web site and would be interactive and easily searchable by regulators and members of the public who choose to access it.