Lyft demonstrates unintended consequences of new SEC captives rules
New SEC rules around the way companies account for reserves held in captives could have unintended consequences – and even incentivise businesses to manipulate reserves, writes Matthew Queen, owner of The Queen Firm and CEO of Sherbrooke Corporate, who uses the results and subsequent turmoil in the share price of ridesharing business Lyft as a case in point.
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