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Managing Critical Spreadsheets in a Compliant Environment

@article{Saadat2008ManagingCS,
  title={Managing Critical Spreadsheets in a Compliant Environment},
  author={Soheil Saadat},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2008},
  volume={abs/0805.4211}
}
The use of uncontrolled financial spreadsheets can expose organizations to unacceptable business and compliance risks, including errors in the financial reporting process, spreadsheet misuse and fraud, or even significant operational errors. These risks have been well documented and thoroughly researched. With the advent of regulatory mandates such as SOX 404 and FDICIA in the U.S., and MiFID, Basel II and Combined Code in the UK and Europe, leading tax and audit firms are now recommending that… 
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