Financial Disclosure Claims

Financial Disclosure Claims,

How Do You Define Financial Disclosure Claims?

  1. You can define Financial Disclosure Claims as, Complaints against company directors and officers regarding statements of expected income or other financial matters The basis of these allegations is the failure to immediately disclose or disclose certain information of directors and officers to the detriment of shareholders. Financial disclosure complaints are more common when quarterly results are lower than expected when directors and officers are based on past statements and when directors and officers do not immediately disclose a negative but predictable event. (For example ,

Literal Meanings of Financial Disclosure Claims


Meanings of Financial:
  1. From a financial point of view.

  2. The financial or financial situation of an organization or individual.

Sentences of Financial
  1. Independent financial advisor

  2. You need to focus on your finances, especially your cash flow

Synonyms of Financial

fiscal, commercial, economic, business, monetary, accounting, budgetary, investment, pecuniary, money, banking


Meanings of Disclosure:
  1. Post new or confidential information.

Sentences of Disclosure
  1. A judge orders the provision of official documents

Synonyms of Disclosure

revelation, news, divulgence, surprising fact, announcement, report, declaration


Meanings of Claims:
  1. State or admit that something has happened, there is usually no evidence or proof.

  2. Formal request or request to say we won or won (some)

  3. Cause of loss (someone's life)

  4. Confirm that something is OK.

  5. Requests or demands for something appropriate.

Sentences of Claims
  1. The Prime Minister expressed concern about the debt of the Third World

  2. If no one claims the item, it belongs to the Crown

  3. Five people were killed in the attack

  4. Threatened by allegations that he had links to the CIA

  5. The court rejected the asylum application

Synonyms of Claims

take, maintain, averment, assertion, swear, attest, state, representation, say that one owns, lay claim to, affirm, formally request, request, protestation, avowal, insist, assert ownership of, protest, profession, assert, application, avow, declare