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Risk managers can play an important role in complying with the corporate disclosures required by the federal Sarbanes-Oxley Act–though few do today, according to a recent survey of insurance buyers.

Indeed, firms involving risk management in the SOX compliance process under the Public Company Accounting Reform and Investor Protection Act receive great benefits, according to a report written by David Bradford, editor-in-chief for Advisen, a New York-based consulting firm that frequently works with the Risk and Insurance Management Society.

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