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Adapting to a Changing Regulatory Burden

  Arthur F. Rothberg, Managing Director, CFO Edge, LLC  
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In today’s economy, CEOs and CFOs face a wide array of regulations that monitor everything from financial activities to clean air and water policy.

The debate over the necessity of such regulations has gone on for many years (and certainly will continue into the future), with opponents claiming that excessive regulation hinders economic growth by limiting business, and advocates of regulation suggesting that such policies carry wider benefits for society as a whole.

This article reviews and offers recommendations in three areas related to upcoming changes in financial regulations: the financial burden, qualitative effects and managing the changing regulatory burden.

Los Angeles and Southern California CEOs and CFOs who have concerns about minimizing the impact of the changing regulatory burden may want to consider contracting with a provider of outsourced CFO services. A resource of this nature can assess your business practices with a comprehensive knowledge of upcoming regulatory modifications, and provide objective, expert guidance on the best - and least disruptive - way to alter your systems.

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