70% of executives engaged for four or more years in SOX compliance believe the benefits of compliance outweigh the costs.
The Supreme Court says Sarbanes-Oxley will be with us for a while, striking down a key provision of the law but leaving most of it untouched. That may be good news for managers who have grown accustomed to SOX. A recent survey of 400 executives across the U.S. conducted by consulting and audit firm Protiviti shows that the longer leaders are exposed to SOX compliance efforts, the more likely they are to see the benefits from these activities.
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