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The Sarbox Effect: Driving Shareholder Value

The Sarbox Effect: Driving Shareholder Value

by Rick Turoczy on September 9, 2004

Creating value for shareholders and owners is the ultimate goal for all public companies. And while compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 may be a legal requirement, many IT executives aren’t limiting their work to merely complying with the letter of the law. According to this month’s CIO Insight/Gartner EXP survey, 51 percent of companies are also attempting to take advantage of Sarbanes-Oxley initiatives to achieve better business performance. But how? Where, amid the legal language of the act, and the hard work of testing and validating financial controls, does the connection lie between Sarbanes-Oxley and building (as opposed to protecting) shareholder value?

The Sarbox Effect: Driving Shareholder Value

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