What’s the Difference Between SOX and ERM?

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) was enacted on the heels of a number of accounting scandals and acts of corporate malfeasance to provide a variety of regulations for publicly traded companies.  In addition, these external factors have driven an increased interest by regulators in Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) to effectively identify, assess and manage risk.  Because both of these are risk-based initiatives and part of good corporate governance, we often get questions on exactly how they differ.

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