We didn’t know

Knowledge, or lack thereof, is often a good defense.

“Fiat Says It Didn’t Know CEO was Ill,” The Wall Street Journal, July 27, 2018 B1.  Company says privacy of health care information meant they didn’t know that their CEO had been sick for a year.

Who knew or should have known?  Was this insider information that would affect the value of investments?

Should the Board have known?  Did the CEO have a duty to disclose?  For more than a year!

Governance, Compliance, and Information.  All in one.  Add a dash of privacy.

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