Leonard W. Wang, B.A. (Economics and Political Science) and J.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, elected to Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, the Order of the Coif and the editorial board of the Wisconsin Law Review; member, the District of Columbia Bar and the State Bar of Wisconsin; former Assistant Director, Division of Enforcement, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. During a 22-year career at the SEC, Mr. Wang received the Chairman's Award For Excellence, the Stanley Sporkin Award, the Capital Markets Award and the Division of Enforcement Director's Award. Mr. Wang's other portfolios in the Accounting Policy and Practice Series include No. 5503, Managing Legal Risk in the Financial Reporting Process; No. 5504, A Strategic Approach to SEC Investigations; and No. 5506, Corporate Governance of the Financial Reporting Process. Mr. Wang has also written a Tax Management Portfolio concerning insider trading: Wang,309-1st T.M., Insider Trading Under the Federal Securities Laws and Other Insider Trading Restrictions. Mr. Wang may be contacted at email@example.com.
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Strategies for an Individual Involved an SEC Financial Reporting Investigation (Portfolio 5505)
Portfolio 5505, Strategies for an Individual Involved in an SEC Financial Reporting Investigation (Accounting Policy and Practice Series), discusses the problems and issues confronting an officer, director, or employee of a public company under SEC investigation for potential financial reporting violations.
Corporate Governance of the Financial Reporting Process (Portfolio 5506)
This Portfolio explains and analyzes federal corporate governance requirements for the financial reporting process.
Avoiding Material Omissions Under the Federal Securities Laws (Portfolio 5509)
Bloomberg Tax & Accounting Portfolio 5509-3rd, Avoiding Material Omissions Under the Federal Securities Laws, discusses one of the most challenging problems in the federal securities laws: complying with rules against lying through omission.
A Strategic Approach to SEC Investigations (Portfolio 5504)
This Portfolio discusses the essential and fundamental aspects and functions of audit committees, focusing on their working relationship with other corporate governance participants.
Insider Trading Under the Federal Securities Laws and Other Insider Trading Restrictions (Portfolio 309)
Bloomberg Tax Portfolio, Insider Trading Under the Federal Securities Laws and Other Insider Trading Restrictions, No. 309, focuses on federal regulation of trading by corporate insiders
Managing Legal Risk the Financial Reporting Process (Portfolio 5503)
This Portfolio discusses the legal risks public companies face in the financial reporting process and offers some advice for how to manage such risk.