disclosure


disclosure
The provision of financial and non-financial information, on a regular basis, to those interested in the economic activities of an organization. The information is normally given in the annual report and accounts (see annual accounts), which includes financial statements and other financial and non-financial information. The annual report and accounts of a limited company is regulated by company legislation, accounting standards, and, in the case of a quoted company, by stock exchange regulations.

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