LOS ANGELES, March 7, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- CCG Investor Relations ("CCG"), a leading US-headquartered global investor relations and strategic communications agency, today announced the release of a new white paper, entitled, "Dodd-Frank Act Significantly Expands Corporate Disclosure and Transparency Standards," which explores the impact of the Dodd-Frank Act ("the Act") on investor relations and the dramatic changes that are occurring in corporate governance in the aftermath of the recession.
The paper, authored by William Coffin, Chairman of CCG Investor Relations, explores the significance of key components incorporated within the Act, which include the adoption of the proxy access rule by the SEC, Say-On-Pay, Say-On-Frequency, Golden Parachute Disclosure and No Broker Discretionary Voting; among other critical new rules and regulatory changes.
In commenting on the implications of this new regulatory environment, Mr. Coffin said, "The whole dynamic between management, the board and shareholders is changing forever and Companies will need to learn new and more effective forms of shareholder relations and communications if they are to survive in the new capital market environment."
Please visit http://www.ccgasiair.com/content/white-papers or click Dodd-Frank Act Significantly Expands Corporate Disclosure and Transparency Standards to download a full copy of the paper.
About CCG Investor Relations:
CCG is a leading global investor relations and strategic communications consulting firm. In business for more than 30 years, the agency provides a complete range of investor communications, counseling, and IT and data solutions through our global network to over 100 clients across multiple capital markets. CCG has been awarded a number of industry honors for its handling of complex investor relations and crisis communications matters. The agency's corporate headquarters is in Los Angeles with additional offices in New York, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, London and Tel Aviv.
SOURCE CCG Investor Relations