SEC Commissioner Uyeda tabulates the high cost of new SEC rules

"First, the Commission should evaluate the costs for disclosing the additional information. These costs include direct costs, such as fees paid to attorneys and other outside advisors, as well as opportunity costs, such as management’s time"

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