In America if something like that is true the SEC imposes a fine. We don’t throw people in jail. It’s not a crime. I’ve never heard of any similar prosecution against any Japanese executive officer. I don’t like how prosecutors in allegedly developed countries are pursuing political protections. It’s antidemocratic.
To: colorado tanker
In America if something like that is true the SEC imposes a fine.
But how can you misreport future income? It's future, you don't know how much it's going to be. And who would you even be reporting it to? Shareholders? Guessing how much the company is gonna pay you next year? That's internal functions, so can't really be a crime. The SEC or IRS? Why do they care what your future income might be? They just care about what you've already been paid...?
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