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Financial terms starting with "R"

1. ROTA

2. Retraction

3. rust

4. Recording Acts

5. Resource Rent Derived From The Perpetual Inventory Method Calculation

6. Rolling Eps

7. Reference Tone

8. Race To The Bottom

9. Regulation M

10. resorcinol glue

11. Real body

12. Resale Price Maintenance (RPM)

13. regulatory requirements

14. Recoveries

15. Reach Truck

16. Relative yield

17. Rebase

18. Reclassification Due To Quality Change

19. Rank And File

20. Rules of fair practice

21. Real Risk-free Interest Rate

22. record

23. ROL

24. real estate contract

25. rentable area

26. Relational Database

27. Reer

28. restricted cash

29. registration right

30. Risk-adjusted return

31. Revenues

32. Reserve Price

33. retaliatory law

34. Reserve ratios

35. Rounding

36. Rationalization

37. record-breaking

38. Resource Management Group (of Environment Industry)

39. Rescheduled loans

40. rolling stock

41. Research And Development And Scientific And Technological Innovation

42. ROM

43. rough opening

44. residential energy credit

45. Residual Qualifying

46. Recast

47. Realistic on price

48. Return on Capital

49. real wages

50. risk shifting

51. Return On Total Capital

52. receptor bath

53. Reaganomics

54. Regional Central Bank SNA

55. Record Keeping

56. round trip commission

57. RUP

58. Real Wage Index

59. rim

60. Roth V. United States (1957)

61. rubber-tired roller

62. Radar alert

63. Replicating portfolio

64. reconcile

65. Risk Management

66. Regionalization

67. Refuse (waste)

68. RWA

69. Reinsurance Payments (reinsurance Default Claims)

70. reexamination proceeding

71. Rough-cut Capacity

72. Receiver Swaption

73. rental concession

74. Rollover Loan

75. rebate

76. redundant staff

77. right of recourse provision

78. Registrar

79. right-hand

80. Revolving Underwriting Facility (RUF)

81. Rust Belt

82. Rule Of 78s

83. Resiliency

84. rot

85. right of dower

86. Reported factor

87. Repeal

88. recapture

89. retail service provider

90. return on common equity

91. regular

92. Remote disbursement

93. Ronic

94. rentier

95. rate basis

96. Revision Policy

97. regency house

98. Rated Policy

99. Representation Agreement

100. reorganise

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Sarbanes-Oxley Act Of 2002

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Named after its main Congressional sponsors, Senator Paul Sarbanes and representative Michael Oxley, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 introduced new financial practices and reporting requirements, including executive certification of financial reports, plus more stringent corporate governance procedures for publicly traded US companies and added protections for whistleblowers. Also known as the Corporate and Auditing accountability, Responsibility, and Transparency Act, or more colloquially as SarbOx or SOX, the law was passed in response to several high-profile corporate scandals involving accounting fraud and corruption in major Us corporations.The law also created the public company accounting oversight board (PCAOB), a private-sector, nonprofit corporation that regulates and oversees public accounting firms.The law has seen its share of controversy, with opponents arguing that the expense and effort involved in complying with the law reduce shareholder value, and proponents arguing that increased corporate responsibility and transparency far outweigh the costs of compliance.

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